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Colognes and Hand- 
kerchief Extracts 

From France and Germany. Just ra- 
ceived. See our window. 



Campbell'* Prescription Btora. 






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COAL 



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HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 

fell Oov«rnmint St. Phons Ifc' 



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VOL CHI'-., NO, 217,; Y 



VICTORIA, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1910 



TWENTY PAGES 



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NOTICE 



The Public of British Columbia ana' Visitors are 
cordially invited to meet the Right Honorable Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier, G. C. M. G., P. C, Premier of Canada, at a 
public reception to be tendered by the Premier and Mem- 
bers of the Executive Council of the Government of 
British Columbia, in the Parliament Buildings, Victoria, 
on Wednesday, the 17th instant at 9 p. m. 

HENRY ESSON YOUNG, 



WESTERN WELCOME 
FOR SIR WILFRID 



Arrangements Complete for 
Reception to be tendered the 
Prime Minister by--. Pre mier . 
McBride and Colleagues 



ProvmciaI r ^£cretgry._ 



BRILLIANT AFFAIR TO 

MARK VISIT HERE 



Government Buildings to be 
Specially Illuminated and 
Decorated — Members of the 
GovernmenMo Receive — _ 




The Right Honorable Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier, as Premier of Canada, and at 
the present lime the most^ disti nctive 
personality of the Dominion from the 

impsgaa viei.vp.Oi i ■-. Bill today renal ye 







upon his arrival In this a. ternroost 
capital of Greater Britain, a reception 
on lines of such, heaa tineas and nmgs-ir 
tude as must cause him to -curry" B 
with him enduring recollections of his 
visit and of the breadth of outlook of 
British Columbia and its people. TJM 
occasion promises to be unique as, 
well M magnificent. Exceedingly 

seldom, -if ever before, are Inst, 
afforded "In history of a govern 
antagonistic In party priciples, I 
lng itself to the extreme in paying 
honor' 1 to the dominant chieftain of its 
political opponents. I,t is not, howr 
ever, as the veteran leader of Lib 
ism in the Dominion that the Govern- 
ment of British Cq] «nJ lajao abl 
by H"on. Richard m Brldi i ■ this 

evening's reception to Sir "Wilfrid, but 
as til.- Representative Canadian,, the 
brilliant diplomat, the earnest cham- 
pion of his people and country, 
the apostle of an optimism l:i respect 
to Canada's great future which is no- 
where more tolly shared tor more com- 
pletely understood than in this Pacific 
Province umi bv it.s i'r'-iiiM r. 
Eloctrical Display 
The preparation* tor today's- historic- 
event has B '■•• en for more 
than two weeks pact, luring which 
i the electricians have been es- 
pecially busy their instructions having 
beeri 15 provide u-srhenre-of-ilrumih- 
ations which in brilliancy and artistic 
harmony shall eclipse any previous 
r display either in this province 
or the broad Domini.. .1. That they 
wijl succeed in doing eo may be pre- 
dicted from the trial introductions of 
current which have given Victorians 
during the past two evenings some* 
thing in the nature of a dress re- 
hearsal foretaste of the anticipated 
results. The floral . decorations of the 
buildings will be on a scale of com- 
parable magnitude, while good music 
and suitable light refreshments, the 
latter to be served in a large marquee 
in the rear Of the main buildings, will 
supplement the other and major fea- 
tures of the arrangements. The po- 
litical aspect has been entirely elimin- 
ated in all arrangements, while dem- 
ocracy has been conspicuously ex- 
iied in the issuance „of an open" 
general Invitation to the people of 
Victoria and -of British Columbia to 
attend and form the acquaintance of 
Canada's foremost citizen. 
Civic Welcome 
Sir Wilfrid is expected to reach 
Victoria by the Princess Charlotte 
between' four ond five o'clock this 
afternoon, the steamer being held^ for 
his convenience until 1 p. m. Upon 
arrival the First Minister will be ac- 
rrded a civtc welcome by his Wor- 
■ ship, Mayor Morley, and his council, 
and a deputation representative of the 
local Liberal Association. Sir Wilfrid 
will be presented with an address by 
Worship the Mayor, conveying 
the freedom of Victoria City,: and up- 
on the conclusion of the necessarily 
brief ■ welcoming ceremonies at the 
.11 be escorted tab .the Empress 
■Hotel, 'v apartments have b 
reserved lor his .entire party. It is, 
most probable that sir Wilfrid. wU1 
devote the intervening hours 
-_the_-je.cfipttQn ■'et»y. in 
order the better to enjoy theTTospr^ 
I talitles whirh have been arranged for 

him. 

In order that the public may I 
oughlv understand and adapt them- 
selves to the official arrangements 
for the reception at EHe P 
buildings this e ye n i n g, the ' *°" oW _ ln ft 
memoranda of these arts 
here published: 

"Doors will be open at 7..30 to those 

Intending to take part In the 

n/,11. A..' general Invitation having 

n given. To 1 >erowd- 

pg. persons who wish to' attend as 

spect at or s only, w iU 'not be ad m itted 

re 10.30. 

"The ladles' cloak room will be in 

the executive, chamber, second floor, 

west wing; the gentlemen's in ■ the 

main " mines department, first 

floor, west wing. Members of the 

legislative assembly will use 

. |oak Room. For other , official 
guests,' 1 " Will umo the legis- 

p, ding room, and la 
maple ■ ofnihii tee room. The 1 
. room 
01 ir Wilfrid 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 

. ..,, latlon for membe] 

haw been prepai d to; the proi Incial 

y , ,-,-, I ■ I ment, second lloor. 

"Re freshment! w ■ ■ ■■' In the 

1. . 1 , 1 een erected bi 

hind t'b< ■ ' ' ' !| : 

i, ..( ,1,,,. n 1 h> •■!' pa behind thi oh ■ 

-betH ■ 1^_ 

■ Bl ..r Bif w 

■tfl will ent. p ' 

,,: the Bpe titer's thron< ■ ■ ■ 

i ntal ■ ■■ 

tin-, iiith the W BSi door. 

Ihe c< litre of tb< has 

i.,, r! i in raged t'"t the convenience 
(Continued on Page 2.) 




To the Right Hon- Sir Wilfrid Laurier, G. C. M. G 
Ihe Hon.. Richard McBri.de, the Members 



Minister 
and the 



of Canada,— 
People of Brilis 



h Columbia, extend 



the heartiest of welcomes. 



It. ROOSEVELT'S 





"Old Guard 1 ' . in New York 
■ State. Republican, Organiza- 
• tion Proves Too Strong for 
the Ex-President 



AYS CORNER STONE 



OF Y. M. C, 



R S 
A. BUILDING 



DELEGATES WELCOMED 
■ TO THE CAPITAL 




Sir Wilfrid Greeted' by Many 
Thou sa/H d s -on Arrival at the 
Terminal City — Fermally 
Opens Exhibition 



NEW vaaiji_Aug 



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Veil mal ' ■ ^ r, h * i,h the 

uard" 'of th< Republican party in 

y,,rl, StAte '"<lny, and met de-/ 

The Republican state 

rod-mil' ' by .1 

irman ' l t&f.* 
which meel 
Inst 1 
Sherman 

ie hands 

ICgislal 



TAXOm'VKi:. Aug. l«.-rWha4 



Hon', Richard McBride Offici - 
.ates at Ceremony Yesterday 
—Large Gathering Includes 
Citizens a-ncl V-isitots 



Hon.' Richard. McBride,, Civic" 
Delegation and Ministerial* 
Association Express Appre- 

. -ciation* Visit of iUethodists 



pon th" foundation rock., ■- 
the opinion of Sir Wilfrid Laurl <'hn(st and to the Q 

;in--the politics of i. rnwmm thjyranifti 4. l " 1, °' 

bin rn genefii, »nd " '■'" "i -piir^timc.i for ,th.- a>ii;tUl«l. ' Physical and 

ti.ular, tie must have (Bit "that the f»!*-«*i»1 nol.nll* ERb men 

d him. toda\ «f 

i ted one and n tribute Mom 

.•St. 

ii. aded by Mayor Taylor and 

!•,-,. s \. ' d'of trade, 

. prohflneni citisen's met Hie 
he train on ,hN arrival at 
in the streets surrounding the 
< embled. 

tans of 
(Continued on Tago 10.) 



1U1I Upbuilding Of the men and b 

„ The lion 

I stand. -th sure .' .\ 

So coheluded Pi < mler M 
1 ■ ing of 

:. V M. 'i' A. 

building .yesterday afti rnoon; 

mgrcgated 

to witness the ;Ove.r 50 

leading Buslm i and 

t ne I , attending the 

tContinued on I • • > 



The feature of i .'dings at 

the Metnddii « :l1 Copfefence.: • 

,,. r ,i it,- provincial address at 

Welcome del i ve r ed to the delegates by 
mtej McBH de. ' From the reception 
rnrm i ,', -'-"-TFritish— a<4umliia>L_t 
mini-t. f it v.o- I " Idebl ,-tlint a Mi- 
nis peVsoti.llt-, is Wldi 
iilghout the Domiimi on 'Mi his en- 
trrTli -reiu^-tuar-' 

plauding' rnthu A and rrn I 

is-the gaj 
ih, largesl which hai I ittended 

-ins, sanK t.o.l 

The premise's iittflranees "ere thor* 

ntlnued on Page 4.) , 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLOMST 



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Wednesday, August 17, 1910 



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Hall Marked 

Sterling 




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WESTERN WELCOME 



FDR SIR WILFRID 



(Continued from l'«K'' I I 



of guests, as well as the rotunda, "plc- 
ture nailery, galleries, etc- • 

"it la requested to avoid overcrowa- 
Iiik in the chamber, In order that 
preaentaltona «ia>- poj be interfered 

w i th . " 

Musical Programme 

Before and during the. progress "'' 
this evening's reception within the 
parliament pile, the bajad oi the E Ktli 



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Victoria, B.C.; Aug. 13, 1610. 
H. <i Pa.rs.on, M. I 1 P* Golden, 

B. <'.: 
As representative of the por- 
tion of the province, which Sir 
Wilfrid Laurler will first enter 
on his visit to British Colum- 
bia i would tee} greatl} obliged 
if von would greet Mm on be- 
half of the government and 
peopfce >it the pravini e, and oh 
8 ure him that J'--' >« heartiij 
welcome 

RICHARD M HHU'K. 



Our showing of Hall- Market Sterling 
Silver is a rnosl diversified afes comp.re'h'en 

sive one. When purcha.sini;- ■an\ article in 
tins line, y<m are assured ' <>! geitlag g'),.«ls 
thai are reliable. 

Hall Marked Goods Guarantees 
Highest Quality 

Ami can.be had hi Tea SfitS, Salt an3 Be^ 
per Shaken Boak M.mmV-. Book Knives, 
v'an<Jie Sticks , in fact anything y..u may ,1c-. 
sire. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

[ewe n, 1017 Government Street 




Beavermouth, B. C, Aug. \jk 
ii,,,,. Richard McBrtdft Vic- 
[oris 
Mr. Parson i'< vs ■ 1 " s ' band- 
ed hie • our ti I' ■gram o,i wel 
eomi Please ac epi Any verj 
Biricere thanks for the sami 

\\ lU'Kll' l.Al'KIKU. 



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the "arrival and the departure ot the 
prime mini iti i . h ho as a ! '•-'■' u 

Canadian i annol b'ui W ''' '[■'" 

Bpeclal • ompUmenl tti paid to roe 
i ational uttthew originatin g In the 
K , nius of a i ompatrtol ol thi ani leni 
provft* i i ■•■ !•'■ ■•■ ■■"■■■ '•'' v - "■' 

iffles ol "<:>■ t i .Hi- - 

W'ithln the legti tatl ■ W ' a iru g 

the pi inn an HHKiii. nti .1 or' Ii' < : 

, ,i,i. i thi direction of .Mr. i \ 

Turner will discourse, thi pi 

tor sti Ing md c ' t»etn|5 as hoi • 

nn.b r ; 



in-r of the most eminent public men of 
the provlnc, of Quebec. In l&ty he 
entered upon the Study of the law in 
the offioe In Montreal of the late Hon- 
orable R. Fatlaine, (.}<'.. afterwards 
Minister of Juatlcfl of Canada, and 
for some time one of his ministerial 
colleagues. Conc urrently w4th hi* ot'~ 
Bee training he followed the law 
course at MnGlll University, graduat; 
l D g with the di grei of B C i. In 1.804 
and being called,, to the; bar In 1866, 
During his. sthdenl days the future 
Prim.- Mim.-ur gave abundant i-m 
dence of thai loft> prltw tple and ! N - 
ceptiohal oratoi Ic il abtlitj wh.]£b have 
bei i Buch marked characterlsti' t »1 
i ;i ptrbiti ■ iri'-T ■■mil iin*. <■ been ao 
lara .). respon ilbli tor hia pre e'nl pre- 
, rnlhi n( ■• ' ; In |l "' Dominion 

1 1,. prai ■ ' L hia'] ' ,[ " in u ''" ! ■ 

real 'Aj" 1 ■ ■ onspJ' uoiis buc ■ a for 

thi Vtith sami t4me hi I 

,, ,. mi d ell l« politic I and Jo u 

tl .,, .' \ .i s Ml '"•"' he Ifered 
i, ,,,, ,i- cat( hi ftlth, and th.< imo ' 

ot to I I" ii h.t« •*>' " ' " ■' "'' 

i ui. j. •■:..! his, feehl< ;■•■'■ ' ' 

i cal • ill ipsi Undei 

.,,. , i; , .: orders he retired m his 

profi lonal praCti ■ In I 

,, | .,. C tl ins ami 

ii,,. various i 611ati ral distinctions 



THE COMING OF 
SIR WILFRID LAURIER 



■ W'liile the lyninm of d«5a flQC'S B-Oi hold BWay to any 

^n-.ii i-.irni over the male .element of \"u-tnria, yet the eti- 
quette "i" </ii . .i- I-; .i r»eathes« and tastft arc concerned is 

. u ell rej'i'e-fiit -.-il i>\ : hi rttcn of OUrcity. ' 

The cdrjiing of Sif'WiJfrid suggest-, thai we bring to no- 
tice our unrivalled display tjl things heeded D3 good dressers 

foj (he rcceptinn this week: 



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ii him 

Mini r; 



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Fresh New Biscuits 



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HON. W. J. BOWSER, K. C. 

Aii'u rn • ■■ ■ ■ 



CHRISTIE'S : 



Rusks, .pii H' - . . .... 

Thin i 'apt kins, !>' ••;'•• 
Neapolitan Wafers, 11) . . 
Marshmallow Fingers, lb. 

Fig Fa is. II' L. •■■ 

Assorted Sanidwldh, u^ •• 
■ Fingers, lb . . 



in-r lb 

. . .'. . 

S.H'i 111 ' . 

Crawford's Urn: 

-.ago . . .,. ...'.. , 



.40c 
.26c 

■ 

.25o 

,i6c 

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Smyrna, per lb -■ • • 

Arrowroot Wafers, lb ... . 

Sultana. Waters, lb 

('■inger Snaps, lb 

Assorted Ice Waters, lb . . 
Oyster I'rackers. lb ... ... . 

' Water pa.ka-. 

Solar Finger, lb . . 
Sugar - tint tor. 

igar Wafers, tin 



,25c 



Regiment will perform 
promei 

■ 
itreel '"" • 

Overt Stonrtni 

■ 

'.'iotf— "l^ucia di l.an 

Piccolo solo "The Deep 



I nd( tl 

iro i tnme 



md Night" 

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S ardler 
termi 

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Soloist, Musician Q< 
tion i-'ii'in -suit. bum- Cinderella' 



new ami 0>0 lOfiBJ with fruit. InC 

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SPECIAL,' THIS WEEK ' 

i ROWAT'S ri'RK* I.I.MK .1 F I CE-. rO P> I> I A l^ ^ger. ho tt l. e ..■-.... ^o» 



I nixi H. Ross & co. 

I Independent Grocers, 131.7 '(',< ivcrument Street .- 

Tels. 50, 51, 52 -" - - - Liquor Dept. Tel. 1 5QO 



Vais.- A* Concert - ' ' 

Ciwri .,n'i..' ; WU'lia l n Tell" . 

v , . 

Grand Tannhan ••) 

\Vagner' 



■•( i Canada" 

le»ne'-1 
... ."Thi 



Ljei: 
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See Important News 
On Pale Three 



McCandless Byos. & Cathcart 



5'55 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. G 

Po»itivoly No Credit 





energi tic •' mpei 
Into pjad in ived 
place I'A 1 Ii ',■■ thi Eastern "own 

svhi r-r. hi found refen I 

cupation, In the 1 dltoi lal managi 

1 .. *, ,,ii..iir.", h !• foi m w 
I ,-.,l 1,,. bj J. B. F ; ■ 

Ion, popularly known 1 
province of Q ■• ' I'BSnfairt 

' Thi • - mcf 1 : 

htwyetfj " turmpli ky to 

thi 11 ii air and qutel of the country 
1. 1 the desii ■ effecl S< *tiH rer 
j toaen pro- 

I n his 1 

offli ti JSL 

, now Arthabaska, which 

,i.-,l tin- chef-lieu 08 tho 

Idlcial .rlistrtrt of Uruiu- 

ka.. His private 
lias remained In Arthal 
, , , , 1 markable 

the faculty I ■'■*»*-- 

tudy, and with a 
prrsrrrarn-e . mbryTS 

odn earned ' aa 

;h.. bar F 

De was ere. Hi. I . 1 bilel ' 

„,,,,. -., the Ui'.vai Commission 

nominated to revise thi " r Civil 

aure In the province of Qu« 
in politics sir Wilfrid Ltfurler had al- 
w&yB Liberal. At urat lie was 

a Libera] of the^o M school, yhjch ln- 
TfuOTd p uc ir mriv rrwiiyift on, tja»m gg»= 
. on, but later' describing hlm- 
Liberal ingUah ■ 

a pupil of Chai Vox, Daniel 

i , -and W ilham Ewaxt ' 

tudibus habits 

' Sir Wilfrid 
I . pollticijH life, than . upon hia 

Bar. Anj one who .11s- 
• tg n r rwad s / the P rima Mini 

[•with his 

wledge of EhgiUh I 

lure m its wld/est range, and .jpaxtlru-, 

larly With his f.uuiiiarity with the 

a] and constitutional history of 

n. rt IS very doubtful 

ther any English speaking member 

,,r (i;, ;. . i te of Com'mo 



Dress Suits, Tuxedos, Dress Vests 
in White and the Neat, New Grey 
Stripes, Dress Shirts and Neck- 
wear, Dress Gloves, Dress Sox, 
Silk Hats, Etc. . . . . . . . 



While everything to be found here is the very latest, rep- 
resentiflf ncH on!) the ftewestbut the mg correct i yet 

our prices are exceedingly modest. Tl". goods 53 
properly for disc erning pure! 



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A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF AUTUMN SUITS AND jj 
'*.. FALL HATS JUST TO HAND. INSPECTION 

SOLICITED. 



W. & J. WILSON 

MEN'S FURNISHERS. 
1231 Government St.. and Trounce At. 



DR. THE HON. K. E. YOUNG 



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"A good deal depends upon the formation . of early 
habits,'* remarked a Victorian the other day to a friend from 
x Vantouver. ■, ' . -. 

"1 knew it." was the rejoinder. "When I was a baby my 
. ; rnother hire d-a- wo m an - to wheel mp about and I have been 
pushed fur money ever 'sincV'."' ■ 

Well, it's better to be pushed fur money than pushed I 
h ealth. Rut it's never too late' to m en d- 'If you have i 
.already got the much-to-be-commended habit of drinking 
Whirr Rock LithiaWater. better telephone your dealer to 
send a case at^once to your hottS*. Thcrr % < no mure -ltiiplc 
mettiod ol retaining .or promoting health than the drinking 
: mIv of several gi- I this frbsolute iy pure. gcrm-pm,M, 

impurity-free mineral, water. ' While it is a trifle more ex-' 
pensive than inferior i so-called i mineral wair r <. it 18 
worth the slight difference in' price. Irusisl on bring s„p- 
. plied with the genuine White Rock.- l'ithcr nnd Leiscr, 

wholesale agents, Vtctoria, Vancouver and Kelson, 



HON PRICE EWCISON 
A! ; t 



••<;.h| sav.- the 

Although the band pi 

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...11- 

, .,t will o.ntinue ,witb VVTi bri 
t.'ryals 1"! ■>--■' n ii'.ioi.. rs, tTOBP B nnul 
II o'dbd '" '"' 

liUinr In the I'iaii. I] ^liarly in- 

■ m t, ,.,,., t, ; tii.'t the ■ iin- new 

' is ill'" 

■ 

.,,-11. upon 



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tion Prom "Ti 

i au*l dtini e ii 

yp ; . ■ 

I ■ Ar.i'ittl 

Fa. ingenue" — AnUtn 
,W allacc 

• ' "Blgoletto" 

Waltv '' • • ■ ■ 

:"..Sousa 

.,1 Efave t he yinis" 

Tomorrow's Programme 
arrange me »mor'rn 

Itlj.-et to 

siiKht variation. fjtherwliae the 
erarv pro Prime 

ter will be I m aut«i 

poihta ot Interest 
lation 
. ami upon returning ' 
e the aeveral d 
presentative ol the Board uf 
Trade the Victoria i'i id 
Council and the Fenian Raid \ eter- 
Foi luneheotrsir WilfrW and his 
party n 111 J t s " f the i 

; Mra I'aterson, at 
ernnVent HOUBe, where also a 'Rat-den 

in his ho 
Ink the afternoon. The evening will 
t0 the public meeting :ll .tin- 
"HorslT Show building, which Sir W d- 

,1 which i^ -x- 
| to t< o if ly, SB tl!._.Frnn^ 

Minister leaves foi the north by the 
" BUPjBTJ si |,E '":. 

Career of Sir Wilfrid 

HOtiorribte -Sit - , v 

P.O., ,.,... Frinie 
Mini^- ,l.i. ^ -< ; born at St. 

r 20th. !MI, (be 
is Faitri. i. I 
by hi« first wife, Marcelle • ' 
,n elemental 
lt the ni hoot or his «i 

llfrld Fauri-f t 
full i ' ir.-e at I'Ai 

which b,M .1 i 

,.r an sxeep tion ally large mnn- 





AdvertlslnB la to business , what 
, Btoarn Is to machinery.'* 



G. W. Newton 



Advertisement* Written and F laced for 
Alt Lines of Business 



with Angus Campbell & Co 
Limited. - • , 



Flif'iie i 



<,!', residence lfi29 




STe new and entirely different from ordinary preparations. They accomplish 
their purpose without disturbing, the rest Of the_§ystem, ar^aj^theretore the^ 
ideal laxative for the nursing mother, as they do not affect the child). 

Compounded. -like all. NA-pRU-CO preparations, L by expert chemists, If 
unsatisfactory we'll' piadly return your money. 

2Sc a box. If your druggist has not yet slocked them, send 25c. and we^ 
will mall them, ""' 




tact. Judgment and d'\otion, hae con 

trlhuted not ii I'tttb I ' tl ■sm-of 

thl , rtlstiiii 'at' Mill's public 

r. 

MR. ROOSEVELT'S 

SECOND DEFEAT 



n« a •*** * **■ m*m<m** 




AUGUST WEDDINGS 



CaTT i:TTTX~ Ari lne'x- - 

pensive pi^tam that . would 

ug- and 

1 1 1 r I s • a 



AS RADIATOR 



HON. THOMAS TAYLOE 

Mil. 

; Sir Wilfrid Faun 

thesi , '• , 

Sir Wilfrid Laurter waa Bri I 

bMc offtce In 1871, bRlng returned 

to tin ,F'n-be-„..i'i' i majority 

*WJ. Hetn/nirig, Consor- 

;,.-..;: ■ rw I'g ed hia seat 

and was returned to the House of 

COWmona by the aame conat'ltuonry, 

the address in reply h" 

delivered a .speech w.hieh i 

f'fl pari lamen tar - 

ian <■' 

lie I'll ler ed t he M -n^' heiiiilg t t dmlmwlva ^ 

,! inland Revenue, but 

aling to liiK'cpn- 

tioh. He was at 

i for ,<.' 
and I d thai 

contin 

■ i- the- ' 



rt 1 1 'Willi his ■ 

V tuirmony within the- 

n as col. Roose- 



$? 



Would,' thoroughly henF:_ f " 

drooro, den, sewing , 
- parlor. Come In 



.,.11 fin 



Victoria Gas Company 

HnntJ Salesroom 652 Yates St. . 




The BEEHIVE, Douglas, Street 

| t gtti are right here « goods 

I ' , , /'■■;! Englii h 

. . .,. a, ■ B ei ■ .■ i di ; 

Skirts s " 



The Best, Is What You Want 

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Advertise in The Daily Colonist 



Flor de Bahama 



Ti - .- ' 



hal 



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i ,,v i >, Sati afactioi I 
On Sale Everywhere 



Is; until 
ervative ttdmlnistratlori 

Sir 

■^v.il' I in the t'i'"iit 

the i 'pi' 

I 
in i , ' ment, M rier : 

,rn Into offl . ■ e ftB Prealdent of i 

I'itiet. , '• ■ ,' a ' 

Conspicuous among thi 
Prime Mini RBcial life a 

Engtand 
Victoria's Dlanhond. Jtibjlei In I 
. pi ,.- ratory and - 

world wide atten- 
i J adfnir- 

m, widi- In England I i 

. • ■' the In I vivy 

appol and 

d with di ford 

ittneni sir Wilfrid - I ip 

■ ■ ■ ■ ■ a 3 

, , I' | I ■ . ! I ' ' I ■ ' > I "I ' ' ' II ■ 

' ^ 

, on bis return tr> ; ■•< 

I WtU ' ' . ' : 

I 

! upon him tl 

■ ■ Sir wiifi Id erved 

• as "pnsign infanii 

being on 

:.. ■ : 5 

■ • I 

. v . . I I 1 I I I 

tr'eal, who | 

1 1 I Ulg a gOOd ' 01 Si -ma U 8 




I deliver th- "keynot- speech," but the 
j sjate cOttimlttee's recommendation of 
Mr. Sherman for the place served no- 
tice on the ex- President and his supr. 
porters that the old -fruard" would 
right him to the end. . . , -fett 

In the interval between now and ' 
September 27, ''it Is ' expected that th- 
sjfrugkle be'tw/eipn the organization and • . 

the Roosevelt-Htighes forces .will-he 
carried Into <-\ ery ror.pw of the state, 
and that the chief Issue will be at the 
p ri maries for the election' of Roose- 
velt or anti-Roosevelt delegates to the 
convention. ,...'■. - ■ 1 

Colonel Roosevelt had -^da^nad ' ■ L 

keep ,,n the background as much as • 
possible in' the coming campaign. It JH 

onlv Wlnvi he percrive.il the turn 
of political affairs that he consented 
,,, ,),,. use .of his nam- In connection 
u j,l, th. , temporary ' .-halrmanshlp. 
h he and Chairman Woodruff bad 
expressed tbflr.'hnpe f"'' a harmonloue 
settlement /of .the differences between , » 

d'thc ■'o+d-guards; ... m 

but thiVo/waK no harmony talk nmonjr 
poHtlc-ia"/ t-.nigh.t Moth sides were.. . W 
agreed t/hat the act Ion .. of . th«V state 
committer t-dn no' connection 

with national p • - ' 

vh n s aid Mi h — — 9 



" While t h-re We l T sOl l ie W h- .-. _ . , 

Sherman's acifniescnoe to. the co.mmlt- 
action miKht be t.'iterpreted as an 
,, v)li tion '. hetween. i 

It. and the national adm'inistra- 
i, this view was rmt generally '.ac- 

i ■ 
Fe ivH's'hoTtt/fn^lo'n at today 1 *- 

Pting of -nt of Timothy 

! !.: Woodruff -. 'orary chairman. 

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HON >' J. CARTER-COTTON 

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i v-H. heard the n . 
,; in whirh he 

I 
rtohited 



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Wednesday, August 17, 1»10 



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The New Gloves Jor Au- 
lum it Are H ere 

Dent's and Fovm?s Motor and Street Gloves for/ early fall 
wear all the correct shades arid styles. The /assortment 
will please you, Prices from, per, pair, $1.25 to ... .86.00 
LADIES* GLOVES 

■ We specialize in 1. a. lies' Cloves.— Alt Tlfe^eSriWaJccs. vi/., 
Dent's, Fowne's an<l 1'crrin's, in driving gloves and for street 



wear. 



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WE GUARANTEE EVERY PAIR tfF GLOVES WE 

SELL 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO.; UM, 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 11,14 Government Street 




rving ■ H. Wheatcroft Sell 
Property to Victoria Syndi- 
cate for $100,000— To 
Form Club and Wake Resort'; 




Wail of Toe 

Why utter tliat -wuilof toe or 
tale of woe. You can quickly re- 
move that bad corn-wlth our un- 
rivalled remed y. 

Bowes' Corn Cure 



Very simple apply with a 
camel-hair brush, as directed. 
No danger. The corn will soon 
disappear. 25c. only lor the 
whole' outfit. - 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 



Tels. 425 and 450 



£228 Government Street 



Ask Any Man Wha Owns a 

McLaughlin Buick 

• % 

Auto, and jfpu yrill filial llis .'uiswef will be that it is tin- 
best car on" jheVmaricei for a.ll-n Mind purposes. . 

There !!<• ) thousands of satisfied purchaser^ 
throughout the world who are unanimous in their 

opinion. . . ••.»•< * 

McLaughlin Buick sales-are more than double that 
of their nearest competitor. • This is proo4i)ositive of 



their supenorn \ . 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

"--. R. L\. CLARK, Mgr, 

Phone 695. ■ ._ 



Broad Street. 



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SYLVESTER'S PASTRY FLOUR 

is the pastry' flour if you want gnod cakes. Try a sack and keep your 
husband in good ir.im'or. Per sack »t.<(.. 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., ™9 Yate.st..Tei.4i3 



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j This Is the Time When 
I Money Makes Money 

1 

I QUADRA STREET, CLOSE-IN CORNER— 120 

t XI20, with thr.ee large houses. This property is r 

I assessed at $7,800, but' as the' owner must have 

♦ money, he will sacrifice for $7,500 

i Easy terms can ^be arranged. 

\ FINE DOUBLE CORNER, GORGE ROAD— 
beautiful homesite, 1 10x118. Assessed at 'Si, 800, 
Will sacrifice .for $1,500 

Terms can be arranged. The opposite corner 
■ — one lot only — is held at $1,500. 



Mariott & Fellows 



> Phone G45 



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619 Trounce Avenue 
Open Evenings, 8 to 9 




St James island, one Of the choicest 

,-,i the fitaied Quli Island sroup, waa 
taken poasasainB "t yeaterdaj 03 a 
syndicate of twenty prominent Vic- 
torians and, without any untoward 

,i,-ii. v a start will be made towards 
Improvements which, with Its mam 

natural a t Hani, ois, will make U One 

oi the finest and doubtless the m< bi 
p, pular pleasure, resiorts <>t (in- Pat I 
ih northwest 

Tin- 11. >w owners. i" ,v '' oaganizea 
What is to he toowig us the si. James 
Club Their lost acquired propertj 
ccst then in the vicinity ftf .SiuO.OQO 
but, i" tore the one thotisprd a< cea ol 
u in, ii u 1 onslsta possess aW the 
1.., lilties i"i the enjoyment oi a autet 
and tlK.ri.iiK!' 1 >' enjoyable bolldaj 
uineli ace In the minds ol the pio- 
aioters, the m111.1i outlay prawbls win 
u m 11. a" ii"ui'i'-d. 

w aile si is the Intention I - r ti 

,.,. ,,,,,,, tj . 1 .-S..11 on urn. ii tb< 
same b iaia a> thai , In *ogue am 01 
, idefn clubs, no Irtdft idual b< ii 
granted the prh ■ 1 • fanes island ; 
9 ithout becoming a m< m\a r of ; 
new m, It -w 111 ool b( -'■ 

might be terned 1 it 9 '' 

Bel© t, i.-.o ever in the etrleti n 
it beiiiK the Idea thai it BhaU be 
. , 1 ,..., ;..t m ictual id 
the business man of v>. 1 >i a •"•■ 

j. iniiiK cities to send their families for. 
.j,. months. 

Kv.iv tl.iu; likely to iM W 
.,, !,:. • , ; ... ;i! •■! that end- has lieen 

ad an ■ and 

whatever could not 
ti'inigh human agency h gen- 

nature. 
i:..i. m r phasi 

scheme Mr. J. B., Bini 1 
the moying spirit, 
apart front ; ' i; - ' 

lni, house, the pretty three 

■ ad other 

• 1 building 

nothing would b( idtme to make 

it both eaaj and inexpensive for the 

add nun 
1 their BUinmei h 
1 
m the mornings and fevenings, 

WOUld ' ha\ in; 

hours, and ait.^r PS ( - • 

trip, ho was in "a p*b'sition to state 

positively that the length of.tfew 

sumed in' the journey would n 
ceed forty minutes at the outsid> 
automobilists the proposal 
e, mstruot for their, u 
1. rmn. is ■ ■: I i h road a frai 

. i n m. I11, mid j lv 1 i 

while away, thus ' : h 
1 . h at that [ioinl 1 n If tl 

• d to take the motor to : 
would be a barge for BUeh I 
.portation. So that every contingei 
had been foreseen. 

Natural Advantages 
Of the natmal advantages of. J 
island there te'fai lightest doubt 

in t lie minds of those \ a.whg 

have lent the project their supp 
has lohg been known as one. of the 
most charming of the islets dying ad- 
1 to \'an. ..aver Island; so that it 
ircely ry 

eXte. ' »H 

coast there is one of the most !■ iu1 
ful shelving sand beScjb m the •• I 
borbood, stretching over a mtle • 
half north and south. From its high- 
est point inland, to which it I 
pected either a road or a well 
trail will -be constructed, Is pbtafa 
able one of the g d. 

nd anywhere^ in I 

n< r'hw;est. The ,e> e '-.in roa. 
miles over land-locked and islet d 
ted water, while even a vague outl 
of the city ntttble. 

is this ail. Their ir e 
"r wJ Hntfi -'whi. ■ ea- 

Ith the pfopi 
ot tl!.- sportsmen. T^e, island is ■ 
stocked with game. There are var 

d types— -A 

se, tiv.i of pin asants, two 
partridges, and two of 'ouail. T! 
also are Acer, while the duck shoot- 
ing, which is to be obtained from the, 
island's sand spit and in the adjacent 
'water Is ' unexcelled anywl 

All this is to be maintained at Its 

:,t standard. For the sueceediim 

M there Is to absolute 

..1 . cove.rli • species, 

;1 nd th( i' only met the 

.lames Club will bepermH 
Shoot Moreover, there will be a Hi 

placed on the 'bags, and n • will bej 

p er mitted to t a ke why of U w- v i ct l m g j 
of their prowess from Qjie'lslau 
To cap the foregoing list of Ind 

ments i , 

identified w iili -the' new Ot 
gani/at ion Is the Taet that' .salmon 
best la to I led. 

TrtsaJrfi . 'uTp t-' on. tW e 



TIMELY ARRIVAL OF .NOVELTIES 



We have received by parcel post from London and Paris shipments of dainty novelties, which jg^fJ^J^fSS 
ladies of Victoria some really exquisite finishing touches to the costumes to be worn at the Reception and Garden Party 
in honor of Sir Wilfrid Laurier this week. 

The most popular Neckwear in Paris is the Pacquinette Scarf. Made of black satin lined with white satin 

and trimmed with tassel ends. We offer these exclusive novelties at 

$3.75, $6.50, $9.50. 

j /~ , , o 1 j nu-ct~~ t-., , /~>u-rr~ n r^r^j~„ QiiL- i*i Scarves with Persian Borders and Per- 

Silver and Gold Spangled Chiffon Black Chiffon Over Dresden Silk, in ^ ^ 

Scarves,).. Nile, whit e and sky, .a . (lark rol , ;U1(1 MlI( , ;il ..... .^12.50 , Eg, , ..'.... .JJ5S.50 

$3,50. • • • .«p4.7a 



An Exquisite Selection of Irish Crochet Collars 

YOKES AND ROUND COLLARS, with cuffs to maicli, at prices fpwn .-|"<> to . . ., $13.50 

' HAIR ORNAMENTS-SKI' QUR Kl-Al.l^' 1-1XE SHOWING (.»!• THESE GOODS' 

__ _^__ GLOVES 

[•. >\\ XES' BLACK .WD W H1TK (>l. Al'K KID, guaranteed- ■ 

1 < Knttr»M • Jp^.t>U 

I _' hill l< > 1 1 / . • __ 

i ' .-button ./• V'" ' ' : ^.q f-cr 

ji 1 hunon . ». *•••••■*•; , co f" 

POWNES' 16-RUTTnN SUEDE, extra fine, white only :>..$tf,7$ 

!.K CI. < ft l'.S. a full ran-r, rlbnwlrn-th. to maich the evening gowns,^ 

$1.25 to . . • • — • • * •• 

M \ t ,,,!, H ! .',!.( >YKS. Jil-nu-, in pale helm, pearl -rev, deep cream and 

w 1 u i e a t . . . - ^ 

Fall Costumes of Latest Designs and Shades Arriving Daily 





£> 



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Cheapest Millinery Supply House in Canada 



Bargains This Week 

CHILDREN'S WHITE SWEATERS, for - - 75c 
LADIES' BLOUSES AND CORSETS, for - - 25c 



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Unusual Footwear Sale 
Starts Tomorrow 






una the "eoho running sti 

©H that point, fiKinTincri are but 
.11.1 few return without -w 

beaUtlM 1<> <lisplay b lmlr- 

*<>( frlendfi, ' . 

__Jj.»nd« ome Ctub Hous e 

. Without illlV TM • , . 

work will Im'K 1 ' 1 in ! 
artificial attra.'tio!,: -ary to 

it truly 'ideal. A ' <Ui1j , 
ITOUBC, ' 

.i,l.. of acodmmodatlhg from fifty 
sixty gui 

1 1 1 n 1 1 1 > < • i* of bungafowfl of various at: 
will -in- l.iiiii by the club ami rei - 
i,, tip .:•■>■ #ho n;:i | v Ish io - prp 
summer on the Island it 'is prop. . 
..to lay nut tennis, courts, a polf com 



W E sa y UNUSUAL — because the season's most de&irable foot- 
wear is offered at Genuinely Reduced 1 Prices. UNUSUAL 
j^-On account of the timeliness of the sale. UNUSUAL — For the 
reason that iVTCandless Bros. & Cathcart's stock represents all 
that is perfect in modern footwear, a classification which will be 
apparent every day of our sale. UNUSUAL— Because the 
values are positively unequalled. 

(^JUR sale will last up to and including- -the 3 1st of this month, 
and will be twelve days of U NUSUAL sale offerings in 



footwear for the entire family. 



etc Whether all that is contemplated 
will lie flnlsl next season Is 

.. but the plans » 

.,,-,. . :. to make it 

i 
The ere. ■ . the origination 
e fo~ the eBtahllHhrnent of 
a resort' neat victoria l 
Smart fof tl"' PlOSl I' 11 I ^ hll« tOUl 

; i- | athern i ' rui.'i. 

popUlB I 

,,.. a .... ping quat ters, thi tl 

., I, ,!'..; - >fldUl t«d "f 

ltl 11l'> 

I 

at ■ 

I i ., |. ,| to I ■"'■■ .' I 

thercupoi 

\„ r of Inhuentlal Viet |a4 'i ht ■ 
\ lilted tic pro) erl ill gi < ■ en 

thusiaeUa aa the I bi tni h> 



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CANDLESS BROS. & 
CATHCART 






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■ Is Its fruition 
rUi • thai 11 
ii,.- ithei elaboratt 



them, anrl . the 
;niii th,e 'deffnlt 
.it 
tllne^c « ► 

IDENTIX.Y STILL IN DOUBT 

No Word Yet an to Whether Prisoner 

Hold in Montana is Slayer of 

Decker 

.No word IMM "« yet been received 



Police l' - 1 -: RU*I I 'ive'to the-re- 

. .,: thi I '■ itlon of thj ftrl - 

■ Dillon, M for 

ind pected 
I i . • slayei 
line D ear A 

,,n I hi.. '■' ' • ind ■ 

ii,.- gang "i i .Mi'iits whi. h held 

i i { | . 1 1 . i . train ii ! ' ■ ■ I 
,,,, i ,-., to ti" killing ol i ■■ I 

Arrangements had bean qr>saa te 
BqmeoDt pen mall ■ quaintefl 



wlTi7~llai.. t Dillon and examlhi : ii DJll'on, of bank t\ 



the i Word, of I '■ ■ : *ull oi 

i ins i itlon ««s exp< ted s es- 

: none oaov :i : prob 

able that !•• today at ledkl the pro 

ithorttlea arill know whether 

n-, i 1 1 om i bfeU ai Dlllpn la really 

iHane: tl bo, and the cuee agalnsi 

him for bank robbers is dropped, 

Steps HI be laken to have him ex 



thai thj I"" 1 ln< laJ 

,- t., wail i long tun" ! i 
prisoner. 



The oil propt i : les.ol 

ed i ''o- elopn 

on tfd< .'-" ; 



i i be n 

i,,,, I. l i.i. how.-ver, he-be con.- delay In the profl luroaa is 

n«.. laid against him being VuiU to taiw at the products. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Wednesday, August 17, 1H10 




NOTICE. 



The public of Hrllish Columbia and 
visitors art; oonllally Invile.l to meet the 
Right Honorable Sir wim-iii Laurter, 
G. C. M. G., P. V., Premier or Canada, 
at a public receipt Ion to be tendered by 
the pramler and members 'of the execu- 
tive council of the government of Brit- 
ish -Coltinibia, In 1 1 1 > ■ Pa rlinment' Bull.l- 
inss, Victoria, on Wednesday, the 17th 
ir.Htant at 1) p. rn. '"■•■-, • ' 

HKN'HV ESSUN YOUNG, 

l'nn iiuial Secretary. 



PUBLIC 



RECEPTION TO SIB 
FBIX) LAUB1EB 

The Provincial Be oretan wlshea it 
be iin.lerstood that while' Inviiati 
have been insued to those lnoludi d 



WIX.- 



to 



in 



Impressive. The occasion was One of 
more than usual Interest because It 
\va8 synchronous with the meetiag of 
the Methodist General Conference, and 
not only was the venerable superin- 
tendent of that great and Influential 
body able to participate in the exer- 
cises, but a representative number of 
the delegates were also present. The 
undemonlnaTtttmal nature of the Y. M. 
C. A. movement was demonstrated by 
thc presence on the platform of clergy- 
men from a U the Protestant churches, 
and its nun- clerical character was 
well shown by the stirring speech OjL 
Mr. Alichener and the very appropri- 
ate remark.", of Mr. MoBrlde, upon 
whom devolved t lie \h"iiorable dut> «>f 

pronouncing the* corner-stope well and 

'trtily laid. 

We coiiKraliihiti' tile ■ V. M. C. A. 
Upon tins V.erj aUBpiciOUS event, and 

hope its success Is only air Indication 
Of what tin- organization.. i« going to 
accomplish in the years that arc, to 

conio. ' . 



DELEGATES WELCOMED 

TO THE CAPITAL 



(Continued from Page, 1.) 



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the Colonial.. Office List, it is net in 

reception is ta 
Premier and 



tended to mean that the 
any way limited. The 
members of the Executive Co m wish 
thai the public at large, as already In- 
timate,!, should iocepi EEe inl itat] ■•• , 
published In now ■;■..; • rs. 



^be Colonist 



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Company, Limited LiablUty. 
1311-1215 Broad St., Victoria. B. C. . 



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The Daily Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 50 cents P« r 
month, if paid i! advance; 60 cents per 
month If paid after the 10th of each 
month. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
of Canada, except the city or suburban 
districts, which are covered by our car- 
riers, or the United Kingdom at the 
following rates: , 

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Three Months 1-25 

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REV. DR. CARMAN'S ADDRESS 

It is Impossible 1 1 road the exhaus- 
tive address of the Rev. Dr. Carman at 
Co- opening of the session of the 
Methodist Genera] conference wit 
being impressed "by the g-reai aibUlt] 
and deep sensi of .responslbillt; ex- 
hibited "therein. Naturally- H doaio't o 
some .\teivt with purely connexional 
matters in which persons not associat- 
ed with the Methodist church cannot 
be .expected to take an active interest, 
but much of it appeals to alJ persons, 
who look upon the Chrl hurcli 

as one of the vital i". ■ | the day.. 

Dr. Carman, as might be expected of 

■a ho has grown gray in float 
tlonal work, shows a tendency to con- 
servatism, but it is not a. conservatism 
that opposes progress, but one that 
conns. lUtioUS e, This is 

•lly noticeable in his treatment 
e question of church union. We 
do not think any injustice is done him 
When, we sat that he does not seem 
to see his way clearly towards this 



Wednesday, August 17, 1910 



OUR DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. 



Sir Wilfrid X-aurier la .very welcome 
to Vi. ■ s the Premier 

of Canada and as such we greet him. 
For the time being 'we tOSgpH political 
differences, we lay aside the weapons 
of controversy and extend a cordial 
greeting to the man ant tlie statesman. 
In Sir •\Vi!tf.-i 1 Lawrter we .have' a fine 
| ■ , . nndlnn. To him and to 

other.' I >da means 

som the same as it 

does to those .of us, w!. tish 

origin. When we try to measure his 
tesTnnnshio and discover the 1110- 
t i v • - - ilh Of t' 

that ha rp«1 1) l MBpeet. we may 

miss their f ul l meaning tf-we lose sight 
of this fact, , 

Sir WlliRil Laiu-br, .never tit- 



end^ although he admits its desirability 
as a general proposition. . He enumer- 
ates the difficulties that .will ha 
be met with and overcome, and if a 
critical reader gathers from what he 
says the opinion that he is douMfui 



iiing, if we- 
1 u.'iiii and racial har- 

mony. a.n i do oa< need hesitate in con« 

cedi.nu' the I ■'■;!:io,-ss Of '.Such an ef- 
fort, • : t lie ha 

prfc in that - I 1 x- Bfctoer 
will any - at expr. 

the hope that, whether his ft • 
of office may be losig, 0* short, he may 
be spared for many mow years of use- 
fulness, during whtCh he cafl employ 
his magnetic personality and com- 
manding eli in the promotion 
of a broad Canadian patriotism and in 
the development among the dlv 
peoples, which go- ttr — make up the 
population of Canada, a Attn and abld- 
. ing faith In the value of British In- 
utions ns the last ..expression of 
human government that the world af- 
fords. 

When we come to speak more speci- 
ally ol* Sir WUifrid I/aurier as a man 
we are all Whatever may be 

place that .tncTwlll In days to come 
upy in the. history of .' and 

the Empire, he will be remembered as 
one who in his dally life set an ex- 
ample, of Christian citizenship well 
worthy of emulation, h is a fifie thing 
that the man in Canada, .upon whom 
the eyes of the Fanpli • 
upon 1 her, Is titbits in 

his intercourse t with in the 

simple dignity of his life and in his 
unfailing courteaj and kindliness those 
qualities 6f mind and heart whicb de- 
serve and steem. 

In the si political' controversy 

many things are said that might bet- 
ter ha\ ■ left unsaid; in the evo- 
lu t iop of p tain to 
be great dlff< 1 n. in the 

we may 
all say and do things that Ua dmer 
moi '. '■ ma> regret; but thei 

ought not and they do nbl 
the i Brit- 

ish Columbia and those gathi red 
today to repn »eh1 other part* of tb< 



of the possibility of successfully over- 
coming them, at least in the near fu-< 
ture, it must be*" conceded that he 
states theni without exaggeration, and 
no more plainly than they ought to 
be pointed out. If an observation OB 
this point may be permitted to a. lay 
oaper, we would say that, once 
the desirability and n< or union 

imitted, difficulties, which now 
seem lnsu.i . would prioba 

isli when sincere, earn< 
scientious men 'set than) 
task or dealing with them., < 

Ii? what ma ailed the theo- 

logical part of his address. Dr. 
man shows fidelity to the s-tan 

.tie- Methodism a great 
power for good. Methodism is the re- 
ligion Of the individual. .Its object is 
the conversion of the individual. It 

if only in .a so: 
way with the language of eree is, the 
forms of 'religious services, the 

truse qneitiona tfe 

however, demand belief in God 
as a personality, and rests Us whole 
case upon the' relatb ought to 

exist between the Divine and . the 
human personalities. 
from the s tandpoi nt of .the laymen,. we 
are not able to tth 1 »r. ..-Carman 

that to bring to bear upon an intelli- 
gent I relati'i 
the DO • the mind and soul r 
clplent hea thenism," even though It 
may lead to conclusions that . many 



able men,' of pure and noble lives, do 
not feel able to sanction. ' 
Concerning the great~"work which 
iodlsm has done and the vastness 
Of the field of activity"'" open to it 
neither Dr. Carman nor any one 
can speak too strongly. The sphere of 
Its usefulness is ever- widening and 
the reverend gentleman la wholly right 
-When he urges that no consideration 
Of a, union that may lie consummated 
with other churches should lead the 
Methodlst_. church to relax its efforts 
to make its own organization as com- 
plete as possible and to' strengthen to 
the utmostof Its owi for good. 

If the Methodist church enters Into 
union with other d< IS, r lt 

ought to do bo as an organization in 

ery perfection of 
s pi ri tual vigo r . ' ■' ' '... - ' — '. .;''■' , ■''"'• — —^ 



oughly In harmony with the aplrlt of 
the conferente, and the sentiments ex- 
pressed called forth generous applause. ^ 
Ho o pened ny alluding to the feeling 
of pleasure aroused by the Invitation 
which had come to him .through the 
Rev. T. K. I lolling to, be present ami 

extend a welcome to the general con- 
ference. He had never answered . a 
summons more gladly. British Colum- 
bia took it as a great compliment that,, 
its capital had been selected as the! 
meet ing' place of such a body of repre- 
sentative men. The last time Ir" had ' 
stood 011 the same platform was on the! 
occasion Ofathe celebration ol the jubi- ; 
lee of the fate Ray, Dr. r.;henc/a r Rob 
son, British ( 'olumbia never had a . 

nobler citizen and Canada, never had 

a better ntau than l>r. Kobson. 
Eulogizes Methodists 

( 'ontinul'ng the Premier said that in j 
his. travels through the province he i 
u as constantly brought in touch With 

Methodists. He could say that there 

was no more energetic body in the-j 
province: They were good, clean, de- 

cent and straight living citizens] and 

he believed that the same characteris- 
tics prevailed in the phurcb throug^h 
out the Dominion. Aa an educational | 

factor they were proving an immense 
Influence Wherever Methodists wen 
found, tbj re also u ere found good 

dians. in touching words be a1 

ludi 'i to tin loss which tin- church had 
s list lined in the deaths ol the Rev. I >i 

.>, Potts and the Etei 1 »r Sutherland 
Both of these honored men be bad] 
Known v. "ii. in his aeallngB with btnri 
' ■ • tiad given bin; « [si • ounsj I 
heartfeH idvice In I I ol I ■: 

I'otts, not only Ui odist c hurch 

but t'anada.had sustained an Irrepar- 
able loss. The same ■ d ild of 
Dr. Sutherland. Both men. ; 
The work of the genera! conference,] 

I t- far bi 'ui the 

1 , ■• ta of 

Methodism, In u larger nobhir 

sense it was working for ,the good Of 

Coming In I 

1 he had read 
in the News Advertiser the address of 
the genera] superintendent, an ad- 
dress which he could not fail to St 
gpoki better and nobler | 

citizenship. That was the ideal wl 
governments as well 1 (lurches 

should to establ 

British Coh tnbla he could say that the 
peopli vlnce had everything 

for which ■ ainkful. He came be - 

rf ore the co nf 'itli the nu'ssage 

on his lips thrtt~tfiTngS lrt tYilw projfT 
ince were very, very proap With- 

in, tile fi"iir comen Of British Colum- 
bia were to be found practically 1 
natural resource that humanity was 
heir to. its" people had mines, timber, 
unrivalled fisheries, magnificent « 
Ways, splendid scenery, sport. Kami', 
agriculture and horticulture. Hi 
soiirc" beyond enumera- 

tion. This wonderful heritage was not 
for western 1 iians not e n 

Canad! for humanity, but the 

1 pie ,'m the West %\ ..tii.I specialize 

in the Britisher. ' - 

The affairs of 'the province could 
only 1 on honest, clean \111d 

tizenship. Towards tbi* end 
he, believed that the Methodists were 
Ing their part. 

• concluding his addreka the 
Premier.! Hit to the R^v- 

Dr. Chown. He ht In 

contact w itli this divine 
In his w.irk. He had found him 'active. 
affable, jt'iurgetic and abovo all a :■ 
ly mart. 

Dr. Carman's Reply 
In replying to the Premier the lte\ 
.1 said that somehow 
I man of ! whom , ti ' ail 

i- a man whom even it th- 
hoi not Beet) him they all knew.Jie 

' 

ace in expressing bis 

esteem of 'the welcome I 

just listen" d tell 

render tit it.the Met church 

would stand ; honorable 

citizenship muter the eminent of 

•his Majesty I K :,^v The .Methodist 

chntehr^WOS one tor- liberty, 
humanity, one for British rub 

Dominion and one for the Empire, 
Civic_Welcome 
A. ' deputation 1 'ing the cHj 

Of \ici.. rla cojmpp_s ed of M- 

anil lu>r i'. -A : . " nid 

..• ,irs on behal! 
the City* The mayor In a brief 
red t" the pleasure; 1 Kperii 
ttlxena pn. ec< otttn of tie 
ace being held in Victoria. W 
under the Impression that the confer- 
ence would deal with the imp 

Ch injon Be hoped , 
r the settlement WoulB 



PRIME MINISTER'S RECEPTION 



■ aid be such that unborn, g- Her- 
at huts would refer to It with graii- 
■:ally it gave him hearty 
p.lcasur.- to extend t. -m of the 

I i-,e delegates. He hoped that 

oubl .-r. ' h an Im- j 

sion on them thai they woe 
eventually return and make then 

hoi: 

i re, Carman in replying • to 

the rapid growth Of Vi- -hi 

.he 1 ed that the city was shar- 

ing in the grand Incoming * till.- Of 
prosperity whlch-the Domininn was at 
■ a enjoying. 

leputafiohs which welcomed 

ii,, . ,. Conference were the Wo- 

Mlssionarj Society and the 

Ministerial Association it"- former 

was - I Mrs. ,1a. I. 

Mi 



Wati 
and Mrs 



"STl ■ , 

P.. 11. 



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Adams 



T Victoria Daily Times ) 

As the - >f the 1 

tish Columbia- Premier McBrlde 

has done s'ltnethliig no "Other pi 

orenib-i-, Liln'ral or Conservatl 
has thought oT HtiThg, OP {kMBiblv obi | snouid also he a member of the mis 



lg to oui 

' 

reselon or 

..: in . 

"it'h useful and 



province l 

H 

visit thai thi 
tern tour may 1 

Uee : , ] opo'SIr 

WUifrid often In 

the iiii-'i- and that, when he - 

In 1,1 J ha.rne tfe, h< 

w ill 1 • • .Hi dignii ri ..ii . n , 

W© me - : - • him 

mud. ragged •■ Intel e whie*fi 

he lo ; . ;,lil u " Can assure 

believe be w ould 

valu e el m n 1 m 1 h 

is 



THE Y. M. C. A. 



""■'' -Tthe ■ "'•' monies at the- laying of the 

i 1 1 ,01 1 Lai.- of the B M < ' a. Build- 
ing were short ami simp!'', but -highly 



not consider his posit ild justify 

liim- in doing. Mr. McBrlde ha 
only, by deputy, formally and courter 
ously cordial well ome to 

sir Wilfrid Uaurler on crossing the 
i-n A Inert 1 and 
Britisl ■ • -rnm'i -t ' 

a sotm 
•■' to receive' the r 
Minister and his party ox\ their arrival 

l.r<"\ IriCO and to 
ill residents and visitor 
ipportiinll ■ ' 

ib. in t the D trlon to- 

kening. The courtesy and 
: 1 ' I , w< 

/ ■ ap j • -•• I • '•■•' by the 11 ! 
pie o: iii ;. i ifa^ 

nitrate..! • ' ■■ :,,: ' 

the pro ■ ' : 
,i,.f.], 



who] 
acted pokesman, Is ent' of 1 

imitoba branch "i the Women's] 
Missionary Society, in tlie ■ n • 
a logically instructhe address Which 

ding the welcon 

iCiet) she laid that its ideal Was' 

that every woman -IK the church j 



sionsry. movement. As the girl was' 
mother "1 the w an the tto 

A to in II girls ' In the 

work. ib' ipc Mas endeavoring 

■ U not in rivalry, but In CO-Op; r- 
with other .missionary h 

ddress] 

she paid, an . lo'liient tribute to tlie' 
Of Dr. Sutherland, tie- found- ! 



CONFERENCE VISITORS-WELCOME HERE! 

The wonderful West has probably proved one of the big surprises of 
your life; and this "Farthest We"st" holds another surprise for you. It is this 
big store. If you haven't already visited us you should do so at your very 
earliest convenience, and see the largest complete home furnishing establish- 
ment in Western Canada. 

You'll find here one of the greatest collections of home-furnishings ever 
attempted in Canada — a showing not found outside of the largest cities. Come 
in and see handsome imported China, imported Draperies, the beautiful pro- 
ductions of the Libbey Cut Glass factories, the very newest in furniture. 

You are truly welcome, and there's never the slightest obligation to pur- 
chase incurred in a visit. Come in today. 



n 




Be Sure the Dining Room Is Right 



I laving the 



e "table" ni;lit---silvcr\Yarc right, glassware corrcci. linen spotless— isn't all thai rs riece 
» the dining-rooiTl ! 'right." You wanl everything ■•right"— furniture, carpets, .liai. -, etc, 
' With such excellent creations as are ..»' u-re.l m .w.ni.i 5 g, uiuat ■ dcligln 11! rooms are casih !.lc,and 

there isn't any reason why your dining-room shouldn't be one of the most .attractive rooms in your home. 

Let Us Help You Improve Its Appearance and Comfort 

Let this store with its spjendkl assortments and its experienced staff, assist you in planning, and equipping a more 
attractive and more comfortable dining-room. We can improve its appearance and its comfort ami «lo it-at little cost. 

We have everything necessary for the complete equipment of this important room/ I'Vmi teaspoons to dining table 
you'll find broad assortments in every needful. W .' have the silverware necessary and desirableTw^have the cutlery, the 
Hncn is also here, as also is the glassware and the tableware. • • ... x f 

In dinnerware we show almost „one hundred different patterns., including some 17 different open stock patterns. No 
other store in Canada shows a better assortment. . ■.. ' ■■■ 

Don't von think this a good place w get acquainted with? - • . ■•■..' 



Easy to Choose From This Stock of Buffets 



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There are dozens 
of Smart Designs 

awaiting your in 
spection on our 
Third Floor. 




Come in and see 
our showing- of 
China "Cabfnets — , 
something you 
should have. 




With such a splendid showing of buffets from which to make your selection the matter of choosing something that'll 
please you and something that'll fit your room, and your pocketbook also, is easy indeed. . '_ 

lust at present many exceptionally attractive buffet styles are shown, and whether or .not you have contemplated the 
early purchase of one of these furniture pieces, we believe a visit of inspection would be time well spent by every home- 



keeper. 

Surface Golden' Oak Buffets, from $25.00 

Solid Golden Oak Buffets, from $32.00 

Early English Surface Oak Buffets, from. . w m 



Early English SolidLOak Buffets, from 
Golden Elm Sideboards, from ........ 

Surface Golden Oak Sideboards, from 



..'..-.$27.00 

$15.00 

$17.00 



Dining Tables and Dining Chairs—Big Choice 



EXTENSION TABLES 
FROM $7,50 



A BROAD ASSORT- 
MENT OF CHAIRS 




Hi.. W'-iini 






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Imp 

■- — e J- i am H I 

all |.<"!lte 

\\e Bugrgeol to 1 ii" ..--,. 1 , if 1 1,. 
oohfi ly'iJ ! " Tamrai B&$ tii.it I 
win contribute much to the beauty of 
1 1,,- Hi,.-, tacje which thai pjw | of the 
city will preaeni tenighl if they vvin 
decorate their craft with kant*rna and 
other liitiiniiinU'""!-'. 



<T III' 
' I 

\ ■ ■ is Bubaejq 

• isi\- pasaed by the 
.- ing Its pleasure In 
I o rrj I en p f .t hi 

w omen's Misoli etj 

ii"ii from thi 

; : I <■ l:. ■ I 1 

MacRae, Pn ■ ■• Rev 1 W:\ 

Iscopal; iti-v, I 

'lev. H. V. 

Ke. I ,, 

!'" Id le fOI j R '-1'-'- """- ; .1 

4 - 1. iii and !:■■ ■■ 
: . . I-, 1 b i- - in ! hi 1 

lifi i'i acted 1 Bpi Me 

esteemed 11 nq Small pU 1 iure to con 
\ e\ greetings to eucb m augti I 
hi mbij He bade them boi alone v ■ \ - 
■ 6me. bill 1 lod speed In 1 heir del 

(Continued on Page 11. > \ 



$7.50 Buys an Extension Table 

•1. ' From this price upward we show extension dinihg-rOom 
tallica ihat are sptendM examples of artistic design and 
skilled wbrkmanship, ' : — ' ' — -=-•■ .. 

There's a plentiful variety ^i Mylcs— in round or squate- 
sl, ;ii in pedestal or-wsgular creations. Then, too, there's 

,.,,,.' , i woods and finishes. Thi s , o oa o gtm e nt makco the 
,„r,. jtryniu out a "scheme" or matching other fur- 

■nisliiniis an easy matter. 

\V(> -have these tables in golden fir, -golden oak. Early 
fengiish oak. maho-anv. etc. Styles, workmanshi]' and val 
ues ari ULttbcatable. Sec the assortment on the fourth floor. 
Prices start.ai ^?7.50. 



Good Styles and Great Values in JDining Chairs- 
Need Some? 

There's one item you cannot very Well do without" in 
rrg-room— the chairs. You.require these and you'll 
get good ones if von are wise. They have to stand a lot of 
strenuous service and no other kind, are economical.- - . 

....$1.00 



-Solden Finish Chairs, fr.Tm 

Golden Oak Finish Chairs, upholstered seats 

Early English Finish Chairs, frorfl ••- • 

Early Eriglish'Oak, upholster. -d si ats . . 7.77 
Golden Oak, upholstered seats ...:.. 



.$2.75 

. .~ — < . t . » 

si. 00 

84.00 



Carpets and Hangings for Your Dining Room—Best Choice 



Out-of-Town 

Orders 

Packed and 

Shipped Free 




Our 
Ladies' 
Rest 
Room 



COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS. VICTORIA, B.C. 



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VICTORIA DAILY CM 




SOCIAL AND "PlRSON At 



Mr. H. Smith Is In 
art and la a guest at 



town from Ste.w- 
trm Empress. 



At I 



!'.' 



Montelius 
House 



Piano 



Tall 



Machine 



Mrs. k. g. Campbell from Calgary 

visiting in Vancouver. • 



t« 



Mr. and Mr*, fames from Tacoma 
are the guests of friends at Oa.k Hay. 



I >r. Knight 
last 'night on 



went 
the < 



over in 

'hurmor. 



Vancouver 



Mr. .1. L. Beckwttb left laHt 
the charmer for Vancouver.* 



Igbt'on 



for 



British 

Records, - r — '" .' 

I •" 1 1 i .->< mi Anil >< 1 1 A'.s, 

Victor \ ictr< das, -an''" 
Several m" the rri quis 



ite ( jrahd 



laver and 



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II! 



in 



\ 

,atest 

arrn 



tct< >n; 
I 'i »pu 



jar 
iih 



Sfeeet Music 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1104 Government Street 

Corner Port Tel. 44 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



•Miss J. Toimic irii last'evenlng 

trip I" "Skagwaj , Alaska. 

* v * « 

m. and Mrs. L'hillir.i'.s-WoiW':* from 

CoWlchan are visiting in Vietm-va tor 

a. ii.-w days. 

» • • 

I Mr. and Mr- Roberl s Bond; ",'"" 
1 [p-hnlulu, u e en jo . inti a visit to Vic- 
toria! ' 



Mr and Mrs. John Wilson w ho « (■'■■■ 

recently married in Seattle are spend- 

ins their bonej iiHMiu in Y "h-ioria. 
» * ■ « 

Mr uii.i Mrs. C. t Qlbbons; Croin 
t ■.,« lohan, are In tow n on a short * li N 
and are guests .»i the Balroor il, _ 
t , . 

\i 1 John*- -Smart, ol Toronto, _ is 

Spi mlim; Ins summer vie in mi hi Vic- 
,1 and heighboi 1 1 



Mr. A. D. Jensen ami Miss Jensen, 
from Thetis Island, aro spending R 
few days in Victoria and are staying 

at tli« BmnxSSJt- 

• * * 

Mr. and Mrs. Murray, from Seattle, 
wlio hav«j. been spending a tow da> B in 
tdwn left Ort Monday with a party Of 
friends on a motor trip to Albcnii. 

' • * ' * u- 

'Che Hon". W. Ti'Hipli'iiian, vvlm ar- 
rived la Vancouver from Victoria mi 

Su nday, left later tor Field and will 

'return In 't.ompuny VVtth the Premier 

and Ills uurty. 

• * -I* 

Mr. and Mrs. Pall, from London, 
England:, Mr. ano the MlMe* Moo..', 
from Brighton, England ahd Mr ^^ L » ) - 
ter Walsh, London, BSngiand, are villi 

tors in t'.wn from the Old Ob&ntSS ■ 

• • '• ■ 

Mr. jind Mrs 1 !, I' Scott arid taunb 

wh.i have been (cjolilng relatives m 
town tot the oast few n eeks lefi 
terday 00a their return to their home 

in \\ lenlpen. 

• • • 

Mrs. M.u , Rl( hards lelt B tl "< 

11 1 tie Northern Pacific for New S ork 
»Vi hi m e ^»- *wil! sail on the White 
Star liner tdriatic dn a three Rjcenwa 

trip to England, 

• ♦ • 

Miss Is. A. Mackem.i.-, ol \ > tOl I I 
West, has Plume,! limnc allei a] en -I • 

Ing a very enjoyable hoRday vi 
friend* In Washington aiid V m iu er, 

B. C. 





Curie. Puffs, Braids and 
Transformations in all. 

Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
•Phone 1175 DouSTlas St. 



Mr. Thomas H o oper « enl •"■ es to 
night on a bu'sfiu - 

I rip. 

• • • 

T.. Manila .and daughter, OJ 

.. ,, 1. p a 1 a» .visiting Mrs 

n of 1 er 1 01 

• # * 

i Kiiisou, minister oi 

lands, is in Vancouver, attending that 

city's 1 Irsl 1 ihibll lot 

• • • 

Mr and Mrs A. J. Kyle are visit- 
ing ' . ! . k, Van- 

. I . — 

• » « 

i 1 1 Ma> hew and BOH 

i • ioi '• on I'Yiday 

on an extended-visit to eastern Canada. 
• » * • 

Miss g Grace \Vtrtsm.; of Tennyson 
avenue, is spendinK a couple of weeks 
In Seattle with fri.-nds. 

• * * 

Miss Norma Neville and Miss Stella 
i< ,,' in ai tsltlng with friends in 

\ a - nuver. 



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Real Lace Shop 

Dainty Handkerchiefs from 
$1.25 to . $30.00 



114 Broad St. 






J 



I nvan; H.P;P.i o 1 " 

nit visitor in tho 
arrived last evening. 
* » • 
U J. M ; "insmuir 

Vtrtnria \\ spending" her 

lays' with friends on Pender If" 



M^r. A. II B. 
•aver, is a 
il, having 



Ml 



x\iadame Russcil 

SHAMPOOING AND 

.MANICURING 



land. 

• « • , 

i Mrs. U A Power. Mrs. H. Wolfe and 
Ali5s Ann Skinner returned lmme on 
Sunday after spending a week at Uar- 

riscwi Hot Springs. 

* * * 

Dr. B. ' '. Richards return' 

after 

,,„.,,,; • k end .plaasantl) at 



715 COURTS NAY 



5T. 



mad- 



PHONE 1836. 






Right in Line on 

Prices and 

Quality 

Butter; fresh Eastern, i 

for • • $1-00 

Tea choice Ceylon, :ilhs. for. 1.00 
B. C. Cream, a superior ar- 

tiele, SO »■/.. tin for 10c 

Sugar, . dv 1*15, 

. 25c 



Powders, 4 j 



\\e ean pit in (jj^'eries 

Q ahd Sails! e U'li 

1 lua ran tee. 



your 



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rday 



l>r 

e,i to Seattle yesteul 

est of 

K. .1;. Richards, l^ll i-'ort St.. 

« • • • 

Mr*. Oliver 

:km> ii v: tie and 

ied-trip to points in L 
and c.rnwall, Kngland. 

• ♦ . • 

Hon, Richard McBi k«r.<rt 

(i Columbia,' returned from a 

visit to the lnainUtnd vssU-rday 

moon. • ' ■"" 

* » * 

Hazel ./.ie. nf the CliTf 

nos, is the guest of Mrs. 

15 South Turner, James 



Bay. ; 



' ' 



A. Pool, Grocery 

fi >*} ates j'h'.ri' . . 



who has been In 
visit for a .few 
on his return to 



Ej J K. Wilson' ahd MJs J ( 

w ilion of Ej,indiTt«y; i "". . aci ■*<•■ SdTnii 
the gem r H . oniep en |d an B 

,,1 1 tfrs. f. a. M' 1 'i.,! mid, ,'•' 

Douglas street, 

» « • 

Mrs. C. (iuvton. the Mis . 3ei irude 

and OTadye Quyton, and Jeffrey and 

, will leave in a f-'\\ 
for Yarmouth. Kngland via t 
Trunk 1 system to Montreal 

and Lhi R il liner for England. 
• • • 

Mr 6. M. 'Algi and proprie- 

tor of the Tweed New. Hastings Coun- 
ty, 1 mtarlo. ' : few 

In the ei.iy .the Rue-.: ■■ H Ullam 

rt, 1*32 Fourth i. Mr. 

Alger is a * to the Methodist 

, rla. 

fvJCmong Vancouver visitors ie 

town are: Mr. and I intyre, 

Mr. 11. .1 

\\ . 1 . Wlntermute, Mr. and Mrs. t. 
1. GonwasTT-Mr F. . Wai I 

Mrs. C. N. JSClUfOn. Mr. W Mayhe 
and Mr. K. Armdil. 

* • . • 

Dr. It.uikin n. who ws 

Visitor in Vancouver Oh SatUrdS 
the brother of the late Dr. Geoi ; 

I • m, after whOfU 

Vuk.m XMa named. I »r IC ■ I • 
returning to ! after spending 

a. few weeks in A'lcturui and the Sound 

citi. .- 

• • » 

' o h • ,, -• ■ I 

charming hou 

"I. 'Urate,! Mond "g i).v the 

Leslie CI at 4ep Cornwall 

\lr. ana Mrs. 

James Ritchie, the principals , in the 

Interesting event being their you 

rgaret Ja ' Mr. John 

,,f Van The 

pi .i riugc 
whir* 
.> • ■ ' ■ ' "lei ly 

employed in the dee - floral 

scheme. The bride • : 

inulv gowned ror the ccremori 

,11 and trimmed with old 1 
1--11 11 court/ veil and the significant 

of orange blkoms completi 
toilette, v. iiih 

bouquet. The 'groom was attended by 
• his cmsin. Mr Chester Barr, while 
Mable MeK.M'iie made an allur- 
ingly sv.eet bridesmaid, wearing plnfc 
siik .with old lace. The -dainty, little 

:■ girl was Mis I Ritchie, 

who bore her part with all .the artless 

her four years' experlew 
-worldiv things. Tie- groom* 
to his bride wai w diamond pin. and 
■ bridesmaid s h 

tl. Supper was served alter 



' \Mthm*" could be nn.ro appfo^ri^t^ for these cool grpnings Hian a nkg (-nlierura 
Knmetl pcicket, We ;hv showing a large fahge>f "'— ^eaioiaBTe goods in all the n.w- 
e : ;.u-,.in'l colort 3VT^kV yniir ,c ho iee earl y, vMe tire sei^tion i i -\ U 



LADIES' GOLF JACKETS, m white, navy and cardinal, each ..^3.85 

LADIES' NORFOLK JACKETS, wiili Ik li ajd potkets", colofSi navy and cal ' di,K ^ 2 ^ 

and w liiit- •• ■ ^ 

LADIES* KNITTED JACKETS, thrcc-([nark-r h-n.^li. cut awdy, clur white only $3.S5 

LADIES' KNITTED JACKETS, in white, navy and cardinal ; .$6.50 

LADIES' KNITTED JACKETS, three-quarter length, cut away, in green. b r''^ g A^J 
n a v v • • • • • 



Dress Goods and Dress- 
making a specialty. A 
large and expert staff. 

\ Thomson's Glove Fit- 



1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 





in High \ 



Latest Ideas 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Glovea. 

Morley's Hosiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



Mr. Herbert Hall 
town on a business 
efl 

* * * 
Mr. and .\irs. Thompson and family, 
iui_\ifi_g6ne up, to Shaw- 
ni.ii month's visit after spend- 

. : " rkl - -; 

Mr-. BtsVeOSOh and Mi's. Anthony, of 
tton, mother and sis^r of .Mrs. 
■d. ridge, are visiting her at her 
[home In Mensies street. , . J . ■ 



PRIVATE MANICURING 

MDL'LE. EDYTHE, lntc -i Low&tm, Kntj- .'visits' ladies by' 
appointment -il their Mn*9.Wri$e '-^ ^ lrcct - '"' I>hone 

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Style and Elegance Emphasise 

FIT-REFORM SUITS 



l ; ii kcl'unn Suits stand (Hit 
; tailored garinen, 

of tlii' niosl ci ►rrect m< 






i'min I lie <>rd- 
• <■< rid latent 



tufes 
tailor 
Vork; 
Refdr 

•Ai 
1 it nib 
portet 
tailor 

Fi, 



w it 
in 



lits -re fleet the 1 ntrVel fea- 

, ! nought out 1>>- the l>es4 

two (Aiit.iiH-ni -.J'.uudoirand New 

man) individual d< trial Fit- 

alone can show. 

ijs35. ' we have Single and 

le I 1 Suits, made ol - ; [ ^ 

custtun 

price. 

rlv hill!.' 







nglish V\ ' I tha 

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IMU 

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$15.00 to $30.00 



ALLEN & CO 



FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 

,,,,(,, ' u'i tit 51 t. Vii t'.n.i, B.O. 



nony, upwards of tvyt'tif: 
friends and retetb 
e,i a tirst opportunft: 
gratulatfons, including among the* 
being M winter, Mr. ami 

Mrs. A. Neusom, Miss Harris, Mr. and 

nipson. Master Jink ami Jim 

MeKerlie. lit! I M Ritclli- 

.'har. Mr. It. '1. GlbbOhS, Mrs. 

.! J; Bol e .. en. Mr. V. Mi I Mlsa 

OH, MiSS Mahle MeKerlie. M 
■ongd'.n. Miss Knmw A«k, Miss 
:KSon, M''-s S. land 

tson, Miss 
I'eteh. Mr. S. Hoherls..n. Mi 
flic.-kjuml Hair;. Kceler, ' 
and it. Cartridge Bind others. Many- 
chaste ami beautiful articles of virtu, 

silver, and CU1 glaS«>! v, .-i e- r.eeived 
lis; the I, ride as BOU\ einrs of llei 

■ether with substantial 

,.],,.,.; Mr. ami .Mrs. 

oughton i-ft by the "Charmer" for 
their new home in Vancouver, the 
bedding pattj attending ai the dock 

let- parting I 
latlons and philosophical advlcs. Mrs. 
Oughton's golhg-awaj costume » 

. gfuy, with large black Chantio- 

Bftt and Mar. ehal P 

EXPECT FINAL REPORT 

I ' ' 

Next Session of Water Committee Will 
Probably End Discussion on j 

Water Problem 
The ting 0t tl«e';i-hi' 

•Of (Uti/.ell.s and CltJ COUncil vvhlell was 

to have been held' last night when II 

was bop< d thai e,,m- 

inendtog u future souri e o\ wati r sup_- 

..ty lor the. eitv, was. called oil. unci 

wXJl not I.-- h.-l,i uniil *UeSd) 

week. The subj ommlttes appointed 

to heporl on the figure 5 at whlcl 

Etequimalt Wats* Works Company 

would seU.oUl Its undertaktnjga tu the 

pb« which Is now before the 
.TTiTifiilHji'e, has Compiled addl-. 

tional data onthje < ompany's holdings, 

ami this I'uriheiV Informal Mil will: be 
. I, .,,., I at the TWltl nna'ting. 
In the ui'.antlme Hu.se tie 

the committee « ho sVe adhereni 
the Sooke lake proposltran 'are of th« 
opinion t li.Lt since the merhbfra of the 
I ,.,,,. have had an opporto 

tHeNKsqui- 
(mall Water Works Company a M>la 
; they should also m 
In 
tke. 
The ■ ini" " 
,, .,, ,;i,. .1 iiae 

I atge oi i he w ork ol 

: . ; . I i 

,, i .,, i y ullam ho< Ini osi • i. , 
er I ompl itt d n in i '" 

I the sale ' ae.i | . 

,.,', | , . ,, ■ i.. iriti ml this data 

,, | H r . :., it, i ..,i,. 

.i a. Hi in'' i Ing 
,; i, ,, i! i hi. i,; •' in > 1 1 oti in Its 
,,,,, ,i . ... ,,M- ted thai the rnal 
, , ,,,,,( o the . ..I'linii !•'■• '■ -ii be 

piled and " ll '' 1 "'" ' ' ' '" 

: , , , , to '■ rchased b the 

, ,, . ,., ,,i. it riexl 9 -I msi i ing, if 
I 1 1 , , ,, , ii ■ brk- of prepai 

long the rrecessai '■ ' ( 

afon to the rafepai era ban bi und i 

t.k' n at 00< '-'• 




Clcaranc 



COMMENCES THURSDAY, AUG. 18TH, AT 8 A.M. 

Men's, Youths,' Boys' and Children's 



a trip tO St 
possibilitle 



ee| : 




Mrl gwiwrwr— -.w j i w iiiI' ' "'« . i wh i H UMl^mm^^ 



Will Be Sold at Cost " Priee for the Next T efi Days. 



Ten Days 




y s Only ! 



A General Clearance Sale of High Grade Goods Made by the Best Clothing Manu- 
facturers in Ca(iada__Air Suits at Cost. _ — ^. 




McCANDLESS BROS 



557 aolnison . Street 



- Victoria, B. C^ 





ADVERT I SH IN THE DAILY COLO 



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6 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



-Wedr 



edneaday? August 17, 1910 



C 



■ifip^W^W" ■'"'"■ 



?r 



L0GGERS , SUPPLIES 




Wc carry a very complete stock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, Chokers, Grabs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



The Shinchandlers 



1206 Wharf Street 



NEWS OFJHE CITY 

Cabla Break Repaired. 
Repairs have been completed 



in the 
break In the u. C. Telephone <V« 
cable between Viotorta and Belllng- 
ham. The break occurred 
fihau and San Juaar islands 
a via \ »I i tin- it It 
i nun 



between northern 
uid was I pressure 



THE WEATHER 

Meteorological office, VMeluria , "• >'•• 

u x p. m., Ausrust PS, iron 

SYNOPSIS. 

The in-fSKin i- is ili'i'i 'easing on the 
.■ohm and an important hvgh 



one 



to repair on at- 



area is becoming central' in 
.southern Alpe^ta and Saskatchewan. 

ami Kalii- 



, ,Y L ... , in ,ii ii :,! ' li:i l,;LS faiiftuut BaMterrvfHe and Kara 

t oi the strong tide at that i""»i- > ,„„„.,_ , Pll , ,,,, 1M v c ,, llsl lhl . weather ha 

Removing Polos 



Aitir rnucb deiaj the poles ai pa 
north mid ni the causewa} , « hi' ii 
have been stripped el wires eversluce 
| the underground conduit «us Installed 
1 i.ri' heinwr removed; ti work whn-li will 
add matei tally to the appearance of 
the thoroughfare^ 

? Repairs to Creosote Plant 
Ui-p.in s fee the < hy creosqting planl 
;i i . .being rushed and t he city en- 
gineer > M"> ta thai bs the beginning 
ni nexi « eek tin- pja'ni w ill again be 
■ i eadj to i iv.it pa y ng bloi k i. Vvll n 
i hi cqn'i i etc wuik im i ir n_ejj pit\ ■ 



been 

till .-s 



hl'l'lv i^u u hi, normal I 'i ni" '■' 

in i in- Prairie provinces the 
weather has become much cooler and 
showers ha\ •■ ta lien al ( 'algai ■ r 

A Iben.y mill . Syvi 1 1 Current. 
TI.MI-KKATIKK 

Mill 



' victoria ....... 

; Ni'u w i -niiiM,! 
i k am loop « . 

Iwll l-l I \ hi.- ... 

i ';i i U.I i \ . Aira 

; winhjpeg, m.ih 

i '.'I i land I 'i "" 

! San J'l .ii., i i 



48 
16 
18 



Mas. 
69 

, ( 



,1. • 1 1 on Doiiglii *ii.,'i i'.in--'. rtislieu jVlniei 

a ii the .supply; of; b-lwetes How Oh 
hand w ill Mm'. i be di awn apMs and as 

i ■ luppTj "ii hand W ill hnrdl> du toi' 
hull I n, Bt) . e( a start on • i ' OBOl lllg 

an additional suppb will bi i le Just 

,.'ii us tin plant: Is In running 



• 'al. ...... 

I'. ntlSCAJSTB. 

H.i.i ■- 1 1 ..in ■ a 

Wed n ,i.i y 



i Pa 



• hi. 



,. , 



\ iotot la .am Viciifitj 

sou tin i : i . Fali hii ii i,"i 
in i. iu|,,t.i i ure. 

i ."••• , i m. InlamT Ctghl 

W iihI--, tail H ■•». ■ VMM ill. 



. 



I 
i hangi 



to Tn'-il 



•i;ii;si >AY. 



' Highi 

I I..MV , I 

-M-'.-i ii 



I 






We Have ASI Requisites 

Necessary for Pickling 



Our -stock oi J'ickli'nir Uf<jiiisi;> 




tail jncliiding V r it\egar§ o| all kjhd 

Pure Malt- Vinegar, per trail. >n. 5.1c. j6pc an 
Pure White Wine Vinegar, per gallon, "■*>(• ail ' 
Heinz' Pure Cider Vinegar, per «|iiar1 hotilc .... 

Pure Grape Vinegar, pei* lmtilc- . . ...... ■ , --^. 

T. & B. Tarragon Vinegar, per bottle ..- • • - • 

Pickling Spice. H- ■ | icket, i'OC ; per lb 

"Also Celery Seed, Mustard Seed, Green Ginger and Tumericl 



.. .,75*? 

. . ..7r»<- 

10c 

io< 



H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 



d irner l/^rt and I >oiigla • Stceei 



I'lionr 17S 



™ E MIKADO 

BAZAAR 



Best Made Mnives 

Forks, Spoons, and Fancy 
Serving Pieces, of the hea-v- 
iesf grade oi plate, bear 
the Iradc mark 

"(847 ROGERS BROS'.' 

It means long wear and 
best service. Look for this 
trademark when purchasing. 

Best tea sets, dishes. w« iters, 

etc. . *ff stamped 
MERIDEN BRIT* CO. 

jril.p lir 1 i • 1 

Silc'er Plate that Wean' 
anaaHMraBHBBi 



aaaaaaap 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 

Lumber **^£2j ftna 

Mi "s Lumber 

foot of Lath . 

Turner Street | Shingles 

Victoria, B.C. | Bill Stuff 

and manufacturers of all Jclrds of 
Sash. Factory and Planing' Mill 
Gooda 



t 



Purest >;•- Clean 

The Safest X" 1 »uMy Caus_ 

BOTTLED MILK 



Victoria Creamery & 
. MilX Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

Finest Ice - Cream, Cream, 
Milk, Buttermilk and Butter 

Phone 1344 



Latest Importations From China 

Uadiea' and i.'unti >lik utnJerweat. 
»oft «arm. n^nt and lliflit; cents' py- 
linini In benuitful stripped ullk. The 
newest styles of Ujeautirul ejnjjxoidjared 
»ilk klmonas. Nothing moi 1 utlfuL 
The loveliest •ilk emorolderad dovllea 
bver ihown. , 

QUONO IUH rORO & CO. 
P. O. Box 9&. 1715 Governmei; - 





Kodaks j 





end 

PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 

at 


1 

i 


Maynard's Photo 
Stock House 


» 


T15 Pandora St. Phone R-3B0 ^ 



VI SITaR-S— AND T H K I R 
FRIENDS MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENTS AT ' 



Clay's 



'AAV appreciate a .c, r <>')<l cup oi 

Ira. pure ice cream and 
/.in'/ luncheoh i, 



CLAY'S 

6ig Fort Street. 



Smoke the 

Silver Tip 
Cigar 

Ma d<« of idf.ir Havnnna filler-. 
Its the best cigar mi the market. 



Office and Factdf^ 
1046 MASON STREET. 



ii,,,, . j 1 paid ''' i ' '■ "'■"" '" ' " 
developmerrl 'if th« Ksi HJa oil fti 
in AlasWa as an o'pportonltj I ■< 

1 , 3 |, ,,, .,,1 ■ \-.i" Tl I ■" 

r>wfn ft MoGtectj ; 618 Hfl 

West, Van, "in I ;, l,T InfiU mal '"H ' • 

~ • garfllug th« "|..an!."n ' • L ' '"'• ,l ■ 
• g .muted Developtni nt • ompan 



i'h e j 1 1 ' : " • 1 ■ prepei § | : 1 b 
- • thi from 



J. H. LePAGE 

XYESIOHT SPECIALIST 

P. 0. Box 225 
Government St. Victoria 



Sunshine. 11 



Accident to Fire Engine 
While eagagi ,1 in .1 prat 1 1. e JU.n 

.vrsln.l.n ni. 'i inn-. thl OeW tlncv 

!• •. 1 t ■ . 1 111 ana, u .1 to tin in- »ngln< 

"l thi h e ad q ua r t i 1 1 ire iffttl "' 

Into 1 he rnrii on Johnson Btreei it i he 

: ' ;,.-idai i-.'s store. The engine 
i, ppled "\ ■ r ..nd it took n< arlj an 

ind 1 haM I ' was rlghh I i iddi otthe office iovern 

Bui a small amount of damage was] men) street -will remain urichai 



Great Reductions 

in Ladies' White 

Waists 



•/. 



ii make room for ojur l-'all 
goods now on Un- way, we are 
offering ail our la rgo biock oi 

i,.,.ii.-, w hite VN alsts at greatly 
redui .'I ia tot - , -\"' must ' i. lir 
t in in ou1 a nd have i lafihi d the 
prices accord it 1 gl y, ■ , - 

i 'ail a n, i :-, '■ 1 hern the : pi Ii es 

will ,111 yt ta, 

\ m ong 1 1 1 ' n , are h number of 

Tailored 'fiiVrt-. da mi- I . 

I . i ■ 1 1 1 .-" ■ • : : 1 1 1 1 1 tin,' Sll'l. VValstS. . 



G. A. Richardson & Co. 



Victoria Houae 



636 Yatas St. 



I 



WEDDING GIFTS 
OF SILVER 



Etiglii 

pieces, 
A Verj I 
1 Piece 



11. at 



1 I lall marke.l Salt. Pepper and Mustard Set of, 7 

$45/00 

$20.00 

$20.00 

needs tig cx- 



au niarKcii 

handsi >itic tteaig 
Salt C 



an 



lars, wnli Sp< 



nil- 



at 



Sail 

ijiia 



ain I 



iprr Set . a1 



■ I I.11; 



1 1 s n 



Ut'll ma 1 Kctl 



1 ,1 11 1» 



V 



anat ion. 



Red fern &-Sons 




Now Partnership Formed 
IV 1 i.ard 



Mr, IV I iard J : 1 1 1 1 • ■ > , \ l: ' 

architect, has formed a ^partnership 
wit^h his brother Mr. Don las rames. 



•. 



hut i ii- 1 • .-. firm w ill be known 
Me* i«§ I ' • \- James. ' Thi 

partner received hi In the 

Country and" was a student at the 
Royal .\, -am \ • .— -bnrsdon; 

Previous t.. niiiiiiii! t.» Victoria ia wmrj 
principal' assistant t . > Mr, jTohn Slat 
.--prcsidi-m t., the it.»\.-il fnstltute of 
prepared of a handspme residence to British Architects, and for Chfl last 
'■uari.-s strt-f-t. 3res> ,!,..,.,. lh . 1,.,. ,„.;,, iu c ba r g g ~af , Mr. 
tfrday a permit for the erection ■ • . ,,,,,,.,. ,,, [his ritv . where 

buiWing was issued by the build- tag t,as had considerable nee in 

nspectorr— The-new dwelling WUJj domestic architectural Work. The 



About J.'.n w ill pa- - 1 I pairs. 

Following the repairs the engine will 

iminl boiler 11 st at ih«* 

hands of the boiler Inspector. 

mm* 

Erects Handsome Dwelling 
-Mju-Juatiea. Ualiilicr. Una ha,d plMJis 



tn 



cost »l*.0QO. With 

f at the value oi th 
v. hieii permits have been Issued tor 
tin first halt of the month » 

1100,400 al ssi.- ... \. Beneck & 
Bona are coTitcai tort for the hniid- 
11 g. 



'"' "' l . i r "'"' ' s :it t'* f ' Si ' !l! preparing the draw- 
uildlng^ ior f a nnnf... 1 ,.t n 

. and have bull. -,-. in -" 
nt' erection for the Hon. .Mr. Justice 
< r.iinii. r. ,.n St. Charles atreej and fnr 
Mr. \v. s. brewrj ..11 i,p. ■ liuc 



Don't Lose Your 
Temper _ 



You can ALWAYS find 
y.mh --l. ■ ni one of our 

Filing Cal'ine . 



English Bicycles 



$35.00 



- 



Complete with Dunlop Tires, 
anil Oil Can? 



Bell rool 
-reach 



>ag, 

to ride „ 



Pump. \\r 



WHILE THEY LAST 



$35.00 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. o PP oaite spencer-a Victoria, B. C. 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Spe, mi -ale for, Uainuoo Blind. 
8x8, $1.-5. and Gx" 70c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Leaves City Employ 

Mr. 1: 11. Bryson, termerly a 
ant . it-. Engineer, wlfo recently 1 • 

- tat-,, -n in the hands oi the 

citj red his eonnacttoii. 

with municipal work on Mon&ay even- 

11,1 i.s now engaged with the 

Worswick Paving company. Thomas- 

I irtnavon, who has l,,-. 1, 11 on 

naxiiiK work, has been appointed sup- 

atendem of outside work. The li 

ii..- city. engineer is to place local 

tin n mi chat the var|0U9- works 

and ' only Wil- 
is Impossible to secure '■ cal ,,v 
will recourse be had t.> outside men. 



Good Templars' Picnic. 

;. . . 

The juvenile membera ol thr l • ' •• ; 
. ' "i" . Triumph lodge N,o t>'.. Ksyulmalt^ 

held their annual punic yesterday at; 
■ •■ . 1 . . . Thej had .i fine Bpread. ' 

part in the tan 

i't hit.-: 
1 '.1 • h mid Turner. - Mrs. 

.-r and Miss l-'ill.-r . rklns-li 

1 ; - a|id M. 

I Rogers. A. Gibson, l-.. <Hodgson, A. 
i.»-k. M. MiXuit. M. and K. Bowden, 
Bro i 1 1 >Hgan, ,B. Mines. .;. Mi N'ull, 
1 M.-Xiitf. M. Ha ks, V. Gibson, G. 

I: Of • i ile'a.-e..|-ij a h" 

■ thanks for the « ay tho cow 
i mlttee carried xnti i ii.'~ programmer 



Scavengers Profit 

-■ the break, down In the garbage 
• •!■" at Ha ettj wharf, al the 
fool of Teljaigraph sJjrwM many loads 
1 lug chill \ .hi juraed 
at lh- ■ r in i.-k >ai-d,' ohty thai 

material vvnlch i-a noi 
Ing taken to th< *hai ( ftntl towed bui 

1. In cons 1 '|ii.-n.-i- Of the . 

down <>f tin- in- a,' rater the scavengers 
hauling i-.iini,. - -. making 

a small harvest. I".' 

taken \<< the whar- 1 
is charged tm 

to the re K ular s. a vi hkIiir fee. This 
, 1 by tin - nghj who . "l- 
h-i.-ts i'r..in th. ...wii-r and/when tiie In- 
m worktui paid to. 

the ... 
and forms I' a- ' iik- r..in an.-ra 1 i- ni 

for disii,'- 

h.Mvr- ineimrator is nut wairk- 

and the combustible refusi 
re. the 

llun- 
bcin^ 
dumped ■' i tin- brick ■ an 
sn timt The nrrmmit the «cavungera are 
in i„>.-k.t isr^onsiderabii , 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

7_t Yates St. Phone 730 



: 
: 



FOR 
SALE! 



GO) 'D TK.V 3 




• JL 




Temporary Quarters, 1209 Blanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Readinp' and Game Rooms— Hot and Cold Shower Baths— 
', -Me n's and -J^oy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 

' f 50c per month ,'-, . , 



^-tt- Only. $10,000 

e-story-4r0n *wareho 



< V A 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 






OV CROWN GRANT? 

AND LICENSE 



•J'1M ; 



:. 



Many Visitors Present. 
'The regular monthly meeting "f the 

M- • 1 in W MS. was h'-l.) at th" 

■ iiniin- ni Mrs, Pendrey, Bellville Sti 
I mi Monday afternoon, the meeting 
was well attended, noi only ; 

tnemhers hut .also a large iiiim 
I Aislt Imk ladies H-.iii G. j 

V. Christie, president, conducted the 
tig; Miss. L. ' ''.inland . 
ittag t:ii-i.- n ading nn .- 
tnatlc giving- Mrs. Warj wli-.ke r 
ven sweetly a soib, "Uod"' " Wlil ' Take 
'an KneotlfHsftng reports-] 

wer.- given by the differ. -nt mem 
• .el ved from 1 ■ 
• h*> v h-r i 1 m is • h < if I 

h spoke • 
were: Mrs. Jackson ' ltol>a ■ 

branch, Mrs. Chyan oi Alberta branch, 
Mrs. J, \\". Si, 1,1. 1 of Hamilton branch, 
Mrs. Present t- and Mrs. Bpeer of Ta 
ro nto, Mrs. Bh aw of .\lon.Uu^iLU._..At .tin'- : 
Close .a the meeting a reception was 
given «m the lawn in honor "f the via- ; 
HitiK parties arid dainty refreshments! 
served and a ver>- pleasant time 
spent in s.»-ial intercourse. 



Your Eyes 

Are— 

Precious 



OBITUARY NOTICES 

Gardiner 
An Inmate of the aged w-n\ a*a 
home for the past three months, Mrs. 
Gardiner, aged 80 years, di. ■ 

She had : i in the ei-ty • lur 

iiast. having come here 

from « 'alil'ornia. The tiimral. rWhich 
Is in the hands »f tin- llanna Under ^ 
taking parlors will take place :, t 11 
,,', i.., k tomorrow morn ing, 



Cameron 
(in Sundaj ait'-rii'," i lad .there 
it i he St.. Ji h.ds- 

I pital Donald He was M 

"■en DhgagCd ill 

I mining in tin- 'north; for many y< 

■ 

tc .1 he parlort of the , B. < '. Funeral.' 

Furnishing company wh.ri- they lie 
' pending arrangements for the funeral, 

which win be announced later. 



THE GIFT SHOP 




DON'T FORGET 
THE BRIDE 

But d-'ii ' bur hrains 

what tn give. •rii.nis inds of 

splendid wedding presep.1 aujg-, 

linns h- • nging from 

*l t.. . . ...... .! . . . .$1,000 

Cabinets or Articles of 
, Solid Silver, EngHsh Shef- 
field Plate, Cut Glass. Eng- ' 
lish Oak Goods. Pickard's 
Hand-Painted China, Kar- 
nak Brass, Silver Photo 
Frames, etc., etc — 



\\ LLL SITU ATED . 

■:""..... . " ' 

Fort George 



Mm tamt>er, 8a.nU, Doora, and aU SUaAa t anUAln* Mat«rlaX »o to 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



Umiun Xdafrlllty- 



Mm. Office and Tarda: *tl« Government St.. P. QrBot «M Telephone 584 



I can 



offer some good 
acreage, about 5'j miles 
southwest of the townsitc. 

Field notes may he seen 
on application. 

Price $8 per acre 
Subject to prior sale 



: Ernest Brammer 

t Tel. 2095 . -I 

I Office 644 Fort Street -| 

♦ ♦ 



Another Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived ' 



— AT— 



Harris & Smith 

1220 Bre»a_d Stroot 
'Phono L183 



« 



W. H. Wilkerson 

The Jeweler 



915 



GOVERNMENT 

Tel [fioo 



ST. 




To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

tVe liavo In.stoek the followln-s 
Pcotch steel jolsta: 
1.5x5x4:. 

_JU2x&'s32. . 

6x3x11. 

shipmant 



Is 



Immediate delivery t or 
ilesTfaaT 



_ ViGtoria Machinery Depot 



The prudent man who believes In 
placing his. i uw s tu . uftn-liS '-i.n thosea dis- 
tricts where th< leading financiers of 
turning their attention, 
will draw his own conclusions from/the 
ka, where the nil holdings 
Amalgamated Develppmeni 
oomps situated, has .luring the 

1 -h leaders of lii.- m v market 

s Jacob Benin*, the weU-known New 

Vmk hanker; a 1-,;,: ,<■ the 0UR PLUMBING WORK RESTS 

"•'•iiiim-i'.' ,,, .,: ,ii..i..,.i;h a.ii"--. the %\ orl 

l.ot ir.ave]. .,,,,) U p 0n ,■,,,,- ,-,,le t.i.il,, our best wltl 

imusement only. •_ • every 1)r ,i, r we undertake. 

Newsuppiy nt -% rat mrtwrtot WH^N .Wn ESI 

the Sphere. Illustrated London News, •"' ,: "' '"'.'-' , " f ' 

iphfc, Jusi received by Q 
t O fl ft- B ook and Statinnery Co. Lt,<l. 




Afn.-r a 

night ta ■ 



Anderson 

thy' i 1 1 1 1 ■ 

Royal Jubtlei * ii 



* 



Monday 



the 



i 



The 1 .-nil i n 

1 I be Ha una 

fuller a I will 
ternoon M 

Hi W -niifc 



i.jiat 1 h. death "• . urred of 1 leoi 

Anderson I ' ■ Was a Hal 

lita.r and was IQ J eats , 

Princess a venue, , ami 

leaves' a widow. in mourn his h.ss.- 
have 1 • 1 t.» 

pa rh" " -I lv 

place _on Thui 
o'clock. The 
w ill offTi • a the 

parloi ind it ths sra \ esl 

Owens 

i I ved 'in thi i 
LyjEsti id. " Snnouncin 

- 1 , 14 Ca 
... -, ^..., ffijxiwfav t ), ' H^tvr, 

• ■ ..in 1 

atreei cai loi Ideoi os ■ itiird 

urnrbed to lii r rhjui '■ 1 r-w 
Deci 1 led was a 
-uid w aa the flan 
1 Pa 1 met "i this eft; 11 1 1 

th, 1 1-. ii- ni . ■ ' 
bereaved hrtsb d lid mothi 
!,.,., , . 1 ourn loss oni 

,, n, 1 a 11 '" "H" ' Inli'rm.'iii i.,"U pi 

■ pint ' :n i-.-i-peiinii 1 ■> ni' toi San 



Mateo county, Call 



l'i\i 



ilia. 



'. 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 

Soinei hing now and f: 

a omul recipe—in i 

guai ( 'ur ' : 

Dry Hopper Food 



1 These are all out of print in England 
j now. • 

. Excursions among t lir> linlf \ 'ini.l- 
I Wednesdays and Saturdays. Now is 

! the time to m e thi ttlful isianda 

i The novelty ofthls trip camrnt] Ije ex- 
■ celled in any part "l. the world. Take] 

v tt s. train connecting with the. 
i. , iisr at Sidney. a*or further in- 1 
formation telephone 611, 



iSmm 'in t-i t ri 'iinndsntUe, ' s . 1 1 1 i 

you'll be surprised to nTi ■ I 1 f 

s w III n.'l "i I 1 hose of any, 

though our work ia admitt'dly 

ior. . > . 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
, Heating Co., Ltd. 

755- Broug)>tMiHi Street Phone 553 






\ i 1 ur neigh boi ab 

■■it i ' 1 rrafi ' " 1 ■ I 
ybu have nol 



nit 

it 



Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnston 

I'h. in,- ; 



. triji around the Sound bj 
rtean P. ' ■'• S. s. (,•,. , sailing 

.veekly. Ch< .ii> expursion rat, i 



Hosiery Bargains — Ladles' 
.laek eashni.-re, COttbn 



■ 



lar pi P*"' 

pa Ir, Rol) 

t a tei I • ' • ' 



tit 



ciart: 



malgnmaied i>» 



Your Sign 

Will Attract A'tention 

lf .: 

iKiiingf 

is a hobby .\\Hii ,|S - ' 

Ca HL late & Co. 



Block 



Josnson 
Dno 2050 



Street 



vSmoke has no 
e f f e c t upon. 
Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fumes around smelting 
piants, ca: up a metal roo't tn 
short order, and very few otho 
materials can withstand the at- 
tacks Malthoid Roofing _d<>cs 
the business. Engineers and 
owners of property in districts 
affected by these fumes ivijl save 
money by bolting carefully into 
'he mcris of Malthoid.. Write 



ft.ifnl 



R. ANGUS 
Wharf St., Victoria 



•-MEwerTWK*™-- 



Cjji tnet ' ■ 1 1 • I ir e ■- the 

men 



pan 1 '• r\ I 

ked 

' nr's I'H-- I i will 



•rie 1 |anadjan vyho' 
-h-j — ht" i.oini'iii Times, " : ' ah al v ^' 
toi ia Book &. Statiotri 1 j 



' I , I dill I tell. 



' 









s. . |ii -is is .wifhdratvn 1 1 • un 

fOUP until I ■■ 1 '; •'. * 



,,,., i' ;I Bteel Rani as am 

& P< - on 






near J,, hi. 



1 imp 1 . t. ),, -, rlter i- 1 ,; 

■ ..r I!,- .1., - 

':,,., s tatioli 1 , Co., Lin 

1 d, agents. 



Ivoryware and 
Canton -Chinaware 



ii.lid 



Lee Dve & Co. 

1 ti .. i 

Corn,. '-:,:,' Pi Si 



/ 



Wednesday 1 , August 17, 1910 



7 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



/ 




ALE IS GOOD FOR 
ALL AILMENTS * 




When yOiro Tcle r Ale Ii qiu jrOUi- deal ef, you want the best 
and purest. You don't want to pay for "a headache in the 
morning." You'll agree K> that, we're sure. 

When you order Al es or Beers here you skip the impuri- 
ties: you get pure, hop and ma lt drinks, with sparkling life in 
them, too. Ales and B eers that you like to have in your home 
for yourself, your family and guests . __ £ , 

Only the best and most reliable brands of Ales, Porters, 
Wines, Liquors. Liqueur-; and Mineral Waters are to be found 
at this store. These are sold at popular prices. 

TEST OR PROMPT DELIVERY SYSTEM 
——■ TRY OUR FINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY 



♦■ » ....«*♦ « i>H t » iHi n 



.♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦•«»««»«»♦*»*«»* 



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CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 




l l Lavine Corner Stone of New Building of Y.M.C.A.— Premier McBride Declares "This Stone i] 
' *'■* Well and Truly Laid" ♦ 



Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 



PYJAMAS 



Up From 



$1.00 to $4.50 




010 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. <t N. Depot 




Red Jacket i) S6E " s i ,oFix 

Force M Lift 




ma^M^ 



'ir«#~;",Sj .lfaEife,^5' ' - 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



Victoria, B. C 









CANADA 



Incorporated 1869 






Capital Paid Tip .'.... $~ 5,0001000.00 

Reserve $ 5,700,000.00 

■Total Assets $70,000,000.00 

A General Banking Business 
Transacted 



F. SHUTE 



MANAGER VICTORIA BRANCH 



New Premises Are Being Erected in Government Street 

For This Bank 



VICTORIA WEST BRANCH 

Corner Catherine Street and Esquimalt Road 

SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS A SPECIALTY 

A. C. KL'TC'HER, Manager. 




■<? 



£>R. GORDON C. HEWITT, 

Dominion Entomologist, 1 

referring !o the infantile death rale from intestinal | 
diseases and diarrhoea spread by the house fly, he [ 
believes that the so-calloJ harmless fly is y-aily 
cauninglhe death of thousands of infants, at well as 
spreading the germ« of typhoid fever. 

WILSON'S 

Fly Pads 

are the only thing that will rid your 
house of these dangerous pests. 



turn 



LAYS CORNER STONE 

OF Y. M.CJL BUILDING 

(Continued from Pace 1.1 ' 



WtTt; 



Methodist general conference 

also present on the platform 

President Et B. M.< Mk-king acted as 
(.•riairrnan. 

The president, in addressing those 
■ ■ .it thanked the Premier tor "!'- 
delating at this important event, fcfc 

sure "that the building ol 
edifice wa B porpose as. worthy 

as any building constructed in the 
province. At the conclusion of the 
hymn, "Faith of opr Fathers/' tlie 
Righl Rev. Bishop Perrlu recited the 
Lord's Prav.T. which waj red, by 

the reading of the Scripture Lesson by 
'Dr. Campbell, Peter, -'•. 1 - 10 Kphi.sians 
" ■ 1 .'{ - 

""speaking' in behalf of the general 
conference of the Methodist r 
■Rev. Dr. Carman, general suparlnten- 
aeni hat it afforded him great 

ire to say that the Methodist 
church ha<S and always will . he, with 
ih, V M < '. A. in Its work. This 
work of the Y. m. c. a. of Canada waa 
a help to the mothers and fathers, and 
helpful to the pastors and peQpl 
keeping up the moral standing of the 
COUntrjr. What wiNild happen if the 
V. M. '('. A. did not. protect the_s!new 
brain or brawn of the young inan. It 
was vice that ate and :•■•■ "d our 
manhood. '1 am glad to be associated 
with the laying of a stone of an edi- 



the hlstory-of the-associatlon. a type- 
written list of the captains of the 

g Men's teams, the 8 • type- 
written of l K) busTEhess men w!. 
Bitted in gathering the ijabscrlj«tl<»nft, 
u copy of the Bible and the constitu- 

of ihe association, it has beer, 
id a marble slao was ; 

the box in the stoa . 
.i,ieh prai.-c Is due my able friend, 
Mr C. '■'• Ml hener, who has just been 
hc:i. u In such eloquent t in v , the suc- 

i l chahroan of >.'.)<• hulldtng eoin> 
mittee." 



Concluding, the premier then laid 
the BtC 1 deel.ir^'.d it "well and 

truly laid." ' .. , 

With the singing of the hymn, "How 
Firm a Foundation;" and "God. Sai 
Klngi" t ; . monies were brought 

-e. 

The V. M. «'■ A. Wishes to express 
its appreciation to oity engineer Angus 
Smith, who was so kind to (lose the 
traffic of the streets lor over an hour 
during the -ceremony and the chief of 
who n« . nment 

of patrolmen present. 

Among those present on the platform 
were: Premier McBride, K. B. lie- 
Mloking, president: H. I.. Drury, Vice- 
president; IE. \\V Whittington, -record- 
ing secretary; Wm. Scowcroft," I 
urer; A. B. MoNeJll,. A. B. Fraser, Dr. 
Win. Russell. VVootton. C. A. 

Fields, Dr. H. J. Wasson, P. D. Hillis, 

.; JXlMEtatOSjK^fe^fe-Mltchell, (J. 
H. Robertson. W. K- Stanelahd; 
Mlchener. chairman; AS'. A. Gleason; 
A J. Brace.' R. EL McMicking, Cap't. 



-whs " means ■■'■' attracting the atten- 

n of the public and from his personal | 
knowledge will result in -several families | 
making their home here. 

During hts "two months' cycling tour I 
he states that literature dealing with 
advantages of migrating to the Domin-j 
were to be found, even at the small- 
bat the good is nullified] 
■ruble extent by th- malcon- 
tent, generally one. who has made but 
!' visit to this contry. or who is 
a wastrel, desirous of cloaking" his in- 

oompet \piuinlng his return, 

by libelous reports. 

Mr. Clark* is a most enthusiastic ad- 
mirer of this City which he visited first 
some four years ago u: hiding sev- 

eral months traveling through the isl- 
ands of New Zealand and Tasmania 
which, although- — extremely beautiful,-, 
have pa stage of Initial expan- 

sion. 



Will Attend Convention 
chief Davis will attend the an- 
nual convention of the Pacific < 
Fire Chief's Association to be held at 
Stockton, Cal.,~ early next month. Two 
years ago the convention was held in 
i la, and last year at Seattle. The 
sessions will last a week, and the de- 
partment at Stockton is making ar- 
rangements to give the visiting fire 
fighters the best of receptions. 



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Laying Corner Stone of New Building of Y.M.C.A. — Scene at Ceremony 



flee- that Will be an honor to your city," D. Mcintosh, chairman. Mrs. W. A.. 

Qleaaon. president; Mn "I'. 

aidant; Mrs. .) G. Jaasop, sec- 



Long Distance 

Telephone 

Service 

RESTORED 

to Vancouver 
and All Main- 
land Points. 



B 8 (roquola ts withdrawn from 
s. b 1 1 le route until furt her notii a 

Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



. ho concluded. 

Mr. C Q. Mlchener. chairman of the' 

I building committee nave ■ vary lm- 

tslve talk on the ijpportunitj 
the Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion. He argued that tht 
was not a charity association, It,- la 
to make better men; and this building 
will contribute better men to our city. 
Why were the young nun thai they 
meet every day losing their 
and unable to make emy advancement 
in life. They see oth gaining in 

standing and the\ become dowh- 

tiiey mill better 
places to fraqueht than to attend the 
night schools of the v. ,\i. I 
Where, better could 'they finish t 
tend to a\«li themselvea of their only 
Minitv In life than to attend the 
night schools. In, thl 
certain that this 'building ,wi 
onf a larger r of manhood 

ti, an .. er Institution In the prov- 

In the city ot igo an ln- 

reatlgatkttL bj tnd '} was 

l in 19 young men of tl ' 
city were giving their. tl» 
and he ventured to say thai P 

;|>arison can bT made In tins '' 
in 19 are doing imthiOK. Vhis 
building w - itrangera hi 

! men away from 
:. , ie, 1'iii ' led as much of bo 

i to those away from h.01 I OUld bei 
! found.' ' The association had never 
had to mill'.' '2;le«! to a Chris- 

ition >for with ' them ' al- 
■ wa : s th , I -l-'s ' 

The Premier 

Ing trib a the highest to the 

| a bi, d fll who had 

done so much 

iM ,.ioo . i i tid that ■ favi 

rt thla in 

,.,,■: rp lui "i dd ; I ■ ; ■ ' '■ thi 

: Kre ati st of ] i r< < id I 

, ,. . have- thi <>!'■■ I M i '. A. 
I 

ol ■ oi ■ 
I orei i e betti one, all th etter for 

. ,,-k of t he oi ttloh In 
lie . ontlrj li 'i "l.i 
.. || i retary a 1 d.C.A. 

h oi, to f-i-i i " ; ' 

i sitver '" ,x "'" '"'■'-• Lu LL - 

cm); of. ysjwterday'a the 

Times, the last Issue oi tha w •■■■h. o 

■ an i lanadian 
oi tin- JajthdWai ■ Confett ttoo pai» . , 



retary, Mrs A. J. 

.!. L. Skene. Ex- May or 
Hail, iMayor Motley. 

ouncil, Ma\ or Heheage, Blahop 
n, Mrs. Jenkifia and many others. 

VETERAN SETTLES HERE 

> * ~ ■ 

Having Served in/Many Campaigns, 
He Chooses Victoria "for Abiding 
\ s: . Place. 

■Mr, Wi Clarke baa just parehased the 

M'aywoo.l Poatoffic* grocery business 
and premises at: the Saanich end >f 
.'.las street. , ■ ■ 
Mi. Clarke has seen Hia i s ac- 

iiaving been attached to 
the Sojudanesi portion p*.', the Tokar 
i-'iehi I peratlng' in tic 

an prior to tha fail of- fthai 

and, later Served with the ltiiporlal 
Bushmen' of Australia throughout the 

Boer war. taking, part. In the movement 
for tl,.- i, i!,i of Mafeklng from the 

;,_tjt,lio.b | 
Warm work rrt +Harul«. 'Klver ami -the 

n.w and 01.111-1 
voy | 

after promoti .i lie Ing to 

alia "ir 
WTe'-n the Oat Ive , rising -too!. 
Natal during with 

> anavaal Volunteers and 

■ ait t wit 

"Mount 'i IMfies which dW 
such- , oi k in Zulu land, 

! Mapamu.lu ROad, Mr, i 

chleved considerable, sttccess with 

the rifle won a lumber 

rphiea J'n tb' ludlng the 

i B in, attd | be 

G-ran<l I ■ i ln/ ; la0S, 

and lsj ' li"- Albi I i 1 1 ■ 

• |i 
tern < 

during i 

ad With the fine manhood 
lleneaa for lack of ppp 
i Fill presented In this 

pro I nee which, howavei atti 

The gold find at 
yp \ai t m.i.Uw n'.itu tk .->' n: a i I. ,, uu.i 



If 



You Want 
Something 

New and 
Catchy 



In Songs,' select' om: of these, 

just in, land the greatest buC- 

es of the. season.; There 

are many ■ mor e in stock 

Which we will be pleaded to 

sh')\v vrmr™" 

.•' ■ %. ' ■ 

I Am Awfu lly Glad I Am 
Irish. 

Every Little 

Any Little 



Nice ...Little 

I Can't Mis 1 
- Game. 



Eovement. 

That 



A 



Ball 



,nu> 'in. and lei ns try 

tl)CMC tfVGt I'lTMHl. 






Fletcher Bros. 

Music Lcalefs 

GOVERNMENT STREET 



The August Bride 



would, we are sure, be delighted to 
receive such a sensible and useful 
Wedding Present as a 

CANADARANGE 

This splendid cooker and baker 
would be a lasting reminder ot the 
generosity and thoughtfulness of 
the donor. >• 

PRICES $65 TO |40. 




DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 



608 Yates Street 



Cor. Government Street 



— 





Victoria's Fepiilar 
Wine House : 






Bulk Goods No. 1 



NATIVE PORT. WINE, per Imp. gal $1.25 

CALIFORNIA PORT, . ....$2.50 

SPANISH PORT, 5 ycnrs-oldTper 'gal.- . . T ."77^S30 
EXTRA FINE OPORTO, Select, per gal. . .$5.00 
EXTRA FINE DRY SHERRY, per gal. . .'. .$5.00 
REAL SPANISH COOKING SHERRY, 

\( ). i GLENU VET SCOTCH, Fine and Mrll.-w, 

GENUINE FRENCH COGNAC, per gal. ..$4.50 

FINE CANADIAN RYE WHISKEY, 

'Pergal. ......$3.00 

7-YEAR-OLD SPECIAL RYE. per gal. . ., .$4.00 

GENUINE DEMERARA RUM, finest "in the prov-. 

ince, 31 deg. over proof, per gal. ...$6.00 

.DEMERARA RUM, Prooi . . .V., $5.00 

Test it with any other rum in R. C. and see the differ- 
ence — this is RUM.- — -" -^ — 



Copas & Young 



WINE MERCHANTS 



Phones 94 and 95. 



Fort Street 



You Can Save Money, Gaso- 
line and Anxiety 



By Buying an Easthope Engine 




Complete Launches 



The Easthropo 
Engine is manu- 
factured here at - 
home and we 
Bell direct to 
you. You pay 
.no agents' "prof- 
Its. The East- 
hope Engine Is 
.correctly design- 
ed and 'tlie eco- 
.nomizer -in the 
use of fuel. 

The Easthopn 
Engine Is fully 

.guaranteed; you 
take no risks 
with breaktng 

parts. We are 
always rlghf 

.here and deal 
with you direct; 
no trouble with 
agents. 

Prices for 1910: 
3-h. p. single 
cylinder, com- 
plete, $100; 
clutch extra. 
$30. 

6-h. p. single cy- 
linder, co'm- 

. plete $l7r> ; 
clutch .extra* 
$40. 

8-h. p. single cv- 

- Under $225; 

. clutch extra, 

$40. 



- 18 feet by 6 feet beam, complete with three horsepower gn« _ 

gines ••••• • • ■•', " 275 

22 feet by 6 feet beam, complete with six horsepower engine. .. .$375 

These^ boats igre roomy, sea worthy and strongly built 

— ^-Easthope Brothers 



Manufacturers of Complete Launches. 



"1705 Georgia Street. 



-i_ 



•phousand Islands.— Next Sunday 

the s S, Iroquois will make oift of 

Irtpa among tlie OuM 

Isl.noi:-. B tOpplng "ii" h"Oi Ml ,\l 
and returhin: ttt* btettU 

Pender Canu'- V\<-nr- ph>U9fl 
hring their baskets and lunch under 
the wees. Tgke V . St & train leaving 
a, io. Ri freahn 
i hoard. For fUrthi ni • 



m aU..:i telephOB 



Cheap reading for. campers and 
others: \\ -arlng a lot of ou: 
copyright "novels at 25c each; 
for $1:00. Victoria. Book & Sta- 
tionary ■ Co;, Limited. . .' • 
.-i — . ♦, 1 ■ 

Leather and serge .tamr fpr boys 

and girls at . special :prleesj Serge, 

i. a, eathei i ■ ■ h. Roh- 

I Ci '■ Store, 642 Yates street.* 



, deposil ssi 

ant. interest with 1 h Per- 

-:i>! be able 
,, wlthdra ■ 1 1 ■•• total amount oi ■ n 
thereof wlthoui notice, 
supplier] to esceh d*" 
i up capita) oi ei $1,000, 

i oo, aasi ta ■■ ei : I!l Branch 

1310 Government street* Viv- 
loria. Li. 0i 



Th« output Of th'' "H «"iis of the 

\ n i ; 1 1 k . i mated i >ei etopmenl camp mj 

i ho mm ke( read u I halting 

,,i us dobra the demand h t and 

si.,, siikou" being i I i 'wing 

one. ' * 



Wanted pupils for embroidery. Work 
of all kinds. Mrs E CLaudlo, 151 
AJroughton Street * 



=' .•" ■ •JB EI 



?■■■• - -' oo.o „ 



....... .,...(, 



ms m am m 










VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Wednesday, August '17, 1910 






2^ 




The Indis- 
pensable 

Water 
Heater 




To properly appreciate the value oJ the Electric 
Water H.eater ^ho\/n here, ii is only necessary to 
compare it with other fiiethods oi s.upplying sriiacli 



quantities <>t hot water. 




An Electric 
Elat Iron 

SAVES TIME 

IS CLEAN 

CONVENIENT 

DURABLE 

AND ECONOIVTICAL 



HINTON ELECTRIC CO., Ld. 




HERE AND THERE 



Tlir Ton. nio ; .\\ o-klv ii|,,be Iocs an 

article about i lanipbellton that explains 
Che situation vitv clearly, it gathers 
its facta tiara a statement publishe d 
by Mr Cowi II ami Mr Rcid. t \\ i ol 
the New Bruhswiefc mem ber s' m the 
House ..! Cpm'ibomi an,d two eltlsena 
oi tin town "i i 'ampbeliton, lnt< ly 
swept awaj in the Aire, 

'I'M.' naojBi pressing nasd oi $he peo* 
i Is oi ui,. ii,.\ istated ton n i ■ shelt< i- 
I'roin the weather. \<: there had been 
monej and material i ^ampbejiji a..c.t 
iii eadj iia\ e'be< n rebuilt bit! s till tb» 
people, v. in, ;nv not fortunate enough 
to have friends oi me in - to | i] them 
W ,i> . an- IJ\ tng in tents W hioh arc 

ba ■ rj iii. proving a more Inadi quale 
prol ei -ij.'ii Prom rain and dd 

Th< : condition pi this town 

"!' tents Is . . • bad ' and it is feared. 

i pid< nli s u m «et | n to, add danger to 

the dii rnifort i >pie are i nduring. 

i ■ • istry has been swept away. 

: ftp i he whole population 

i 'i'U-nt on the woodworKln 

dus-tries." • 

The governmenl oC'Vetw Brdnawldlj 
and •>;' Canada arfc about! I 
) 



money W secure tiie -credit pi the pity 
but this will not lo'ip the people now, 

It scorns Strang'' fchaj e\ orj in NftW 
Rr'."1f t Y'" l f itscll', no organized effort 
appears to have been made to relieve 
the situation. iroodLbaa beeo-iuppliecli 
ion in tin stbwaj . i u 1 1 1 1 1 1 n and rfgbr«. 
oua winter shelter ft as' aepessarj fts 
tabu The population >> ( < lajnpbelltbn la 
de cribed aj thxiftj ■ ami Indust rious 
( lught such a people be a]U>wi d to 
suffi r :i agp a nuL-iori una which i aihe 

t0 I liom I hi OUgh ii" I mil "I Moor own" 

judge Mi i. it; ii. if i lampbell'ton w 111 

i an cdntribui ions sent to him 

foi thi i ftl ol his ajjfjfet no; neigh- 
bor! and wlH doubt loss answer ;mv 
'■nifi no :o rje\on their behalf. ■ 



the 



.a torn 




inf. i 1 pa raij sis la 
ii.i .... i, pri Mont 

■ii. Several ea si ire ( '| m 

S< ittle ana othei parts pi thi rtati ■• 
hington. Tl e Peatui a of this sick- 
ness jnosl i ■ ffi Ireaded ft OIE1 ■ Is 
■ .'• number pi lldreti I rickep 
■ mo crippied rii.' nsoi talil rate is 
n sl$ to i cent, it is sa'lfL 

i | 'i..' i Vlokiit'ss pftcuTtlEr to dry hpl 
er, if this is true, mothera in 
i la need pot !.■■ 
cent ra iii has broken tin- I] ami 

there has been little warm weather 
this year, 
While lit!!.- known about the -dja- 

Rockefeller 
instituto and othor bodies of scientists 



FRUIT TREES 



springs eternal — '.' but a wise investment in our 



Fruit Stocks bears results tbat can be foreseen and counted 



on. 



\Yc have a fine lot of clean, healthy and strftnfe stock^to 
pick from, and a catalogue that is most interesting to horti- 
culturists 'andTiower lovers. -Free for the asking. 



The Vancouver Island Nursery Co. Ltd. 

SOMENOS 



POSrrUAND, OACSON 
A Bplrn'il.i BoaHInf and I .«■ School toe 
\ <<l M. Ml N AM, ll(>\> 

Kitrn^i-. ,. . . ur...... oi .,, ..»-,.. Ii...'-, i,,.„i siLlOom. 

"".{o«i work, iinoiirtinr k:n,.ti-«tnii K hl lotion ini-r 11 
y«»r». is.-li.xil m...ns Sept, I t, loin. □atiioaFro*. 
A : lx«n, !ln .1 ■ pti irn.i 4.1',-Vri.. 

VOL\m.ItlX l!*IVKBSITT. i'ORTt^Nn, flTITtlOHa 

i i a>v i 

Collegiate School 



• that the, germs of the disease 
and entrance through th<- mouth 

i ■!-. ii. EtockefeUer" 

in stitute, • ■ ; the disease tnay 

he pri ted ling tho child's 



+uiouth. nose and thm.it in an anUsap- 
, tic iiindltion.* This is pood . advice for 



roR BOTS 



The LaureU, 1249 Rockland Avenu* 

■^ Tisitor: 

The Lord Bishop of Columbia. 



Supervisor : 

The Vcn. Archdftacon Sorlven, 
Al. A i i\itn. 



Html M&ateri . 
A. I>. MuskotT 
Exrollont accornniodatlon f"r t>onrd- 



Havergal Ladies' College 

TORONTO 

Prinqipal, MISS KNOX 

. -Q -,.- 1. 1 m 

RE-OPEN5 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

Thnrnugli education un m"ilorn lines. Preparation for bonor 
matriculation and other examinations. Separate Junior School, 
Domestic science department, gymnasium, Out-door games, 
skating rink and swimming bath. . 

— - — For illustrated calendar and - - pr osp-ex tag-app ly to tl 

Bursar. 

'• ; , R. MILLICHAMP, ■ 

«"■ .y, • Hon. Secretary-Treasurer. 



j-ewhi- afnK4<nHi - »whool bulldloga. «>tu- that the I iinadinn 

nssiiun. organised cadet corps. 

Chrtitmas term besrtna Sept. 1J, 9 a. m'. 



For prospectus apply the secretary. 



Trinity 
College 
School 

Port Hope, Ont. 



Rcsidcnliai 
School lor Boys 

Healthy .situation., 
lircproof Buiiil- 
iiitf.s. 

• •/•nsivc Play- 
grottnds, large 
<iymnxsinrn, Skat- 
ing Rinks, >■ 
! fjji p r ep are d for the ITalyersities, 
Royal Military College, Snd ' 
Spi?cinl attention riven (a raonger hoys. 
Hexi tarm~ begins 8ept 14. New boys 
must report on Sept 18. 

For Calrndar antf-alt information 
afpi) t<i tli' Hradm.: 



scrupuloui | ■will make cbll 

en more healthy even Where they 

re secure from attacks of tnfs'dsn= 
asreus Bnd mysteribvi disease, it must 

\>f rpmemiir.i-f.il however, that tiature 
tHJTii tiia'de provision for the 

niK- of the Very delicate 
branes that lino ute mou th .-and nose. 
The advice of a doctor or skilful 
nurse should be. sought before 
any preparation other than" pure water 
for this purpose.. 



it would ■ • .i gr< it pity, II as w$M 

Intlma ted • no more 

bajjid concerts nan be given thi 
.-oir iii' the parks. Theft 
hi which public moj 
spent than in paj lag for music tof 
the • o ami delight of tin- ]■• 

■Vintoriu has not much in the v 
of public amusement to offer, the 
[\ ld strangers who for alm ost two moo 
>-'t. will visit us. niuiil o-'mi orts 
however, quite, as tmn'h enjoyed bj 
nnr own |.. i by our I'oi' 

of all we should have music 

during: the whole season and us much 
of it as possible, Cannot gprae way 
be found, even yat, of raising a fund to 
pay tin- '.an. liuon- for the _rest of t he 

SUmriMM',' ., !-rr 



star draws the attention 
of its ' greater 

protection for the girls of that large 
and growing city. -In giving a .specific 

Instance, it alludes to the fart that a 
young gjii was under the Influence of 
llMiior. There have, in the papers re- 
cently, been many stories th*t tend 



(I'-il'n'i com riv, im i- known as the giant 

stride where adventurous children can 
enjoy thrills of excitement. There my 
eleven of thes? playgrounds and ii"/i 
two to four hundred young Polks spend 
the summer mornings and afternoons 

In tliom, with the result thai llu-v will 

go bai k to i hoii- studies hi Bplendid 
physical conWlfTbn in tile eveninRsi 

the li"' v s \\ ho ha\ o Iii .n ol \\nil . I 

.ii taki t heii turti at- th ea The 

benevolent people who hno, been' In* , 
strumiMitai in prb.vtdlng the lli ■ ■ 
i housand childrep, who ca nnol gbl 6ui 
•ot iou n fur a , ttollde y, with room a ml 
oppo'i tiioii . tor i . orcaiiou are delight- 
ed *.\ itii the ou£i ome of theli efl ori . 
pur i •■ ■ .ei girls need trot si 
u iiiui|i,-.; . hildren their plaj grounds, ; 

i im mo as i in--, a I-- ■\ ,t ■*! s eneiosi 

ed !•■ high b itldings^apd nol trei 
! otild p i8sl.blj equal the *< ■'■ h< ■•. parks ' 
ano fields iii which thi \a , I thi 
lummei >io • - i o our**city I " b 

ii . • to H 'Ic. i in lo- 
cum./ nu pa Li tori lei t : 
W ii liom space whore chi! can en- | 
joy iii. m«el • A city should « 
ithing spaces; for tin- gosu of old 
in;;. 



To 



The Reception 
Sir Wilfred Laurier 



18 OPEN TO ALL 



A Hearty Welcome is alio Extended 



Tu AIJ. ('ITIZ.KXS AM> 
BY M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD., TO SEE 

ROOMS 



visri'i IBS 
THEIR PIANO 



SHOW- 



At 10t)4 GOVERNMENT STREET 



\\ here mi 
HE.INTZMAN 



> be sci" . ho Ice sa-mple pianos by 
#. CO. AND NORDHEIMER CO. 



The Premier of Canada's Piano Manufacturers 

: . AN IN'l l.i: ' .- i I \'i | I MSPI.a V 

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF 



Mixed Medley of 

Groceries You Need 

Splendid Cooking Apples, 6 lbs . . .... ~-rr2Sc 

Table Jellies, nicest and easiest of all desse rts, 4 pa ckets. .25c 

B.C. Cream— ex<-ellcnt=— per 'tin . . . ... .T7T7TTT7ZT,. ^ 10c 

B. & K. Rolled Oats,- fine brain -and "muschs^fowmB^'.fi hmI, per 

s:lrk • ' • • • ... 35c 

Fresh Creamery Butter, grand bargain, 3 lbs $1.00 

Fowler's Ginger Syrup, just what ymi and the kiddies wdJ 

enjoy, p4* tin , .....20c 

Where You 1 Vet the Best and Cheapest 

The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone -'*. your choice at- your price. ■< Johnson St" 



$ 



OSWALD BICBY. H. A. (CambrWje). LX.D. 

PORT HO»E. ONT. 



UPPERCANAD^jDOLLEGE 

o * fl| foui 



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TORONT 



FOUNDED 1829 



«. 11 11 •• 1 ,r I 



CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 

Autumn T*rm brsrin? 08 Tuesday, Septnri.,- C«m«« (of t'ni»«r»ity. Royal iT - 'tary 

her Uth. Collegr. ftr. 

Examination* for Kntranrr Scholanh'irii: Sa.ior and Prrrwa'^rv SjMKXrfl in scrnrair 

Saturday. SrptrmNr 17th. buildmfs Every modern ' equipment. 

H. W. AUDEN. M-A. (Ca«nbrid|e\ Prindpal :'|i 

_^ ., ». — p».,, i^^^fc^aaaJai^^W^^aMMaaMaa^^aai O Mii i n' it,, ' , T„' i n iai ninhM 



FORTY-FOURTH YEAH 

Wy,keham Kail, 
College St., Toronto 

A Residential and 
Day School FordirK. 

, Fyll Matriculation Course as rwell as 
elementary work. Domestic Arts, Musio 
at 

large 
bt 
Cyrr.; For Calendar apply 'to.' 



«-nii«.|i (vitii *" 'ri-u ir'.l to drinKr.-o 

. Tlif great majority at (hn 

. ointry . in 'tho past 
■n wcro strict abstainers from 
alcohol in- any form.. Indeed, ;i womaX. 

lally if she wore oottntry-Wrcl 
and yoimg, would be sshamed to take 
Wine, mtich_less„ spirit* -in ' n twrblic 
place. Men drank morie then, on the 
Whole, than th<\v do BO* unci ilrunken- 

of -:i disgrace. 
But ' the inipi . tt among the' 
will not, lip lusting \t\ 
fall into the >t drinking. . Of 

v er S tatCro in life a girl nviy br>,. 
it. ia dangerous to hho any alcoholic 
drink as an ordinary bev \Vhilc 

this lC"trr , TiT?' bflbf of many, perhaps 
m©st-p«»i4*v- 1 , t " ing men, there 

can be no doubt that ihd- use. of any 

total to girls. A 
young Klrl can 'hav« no protector bo 
powerful as her own rooi! sensp and 
Innate good :'■ -••■•ling. - To take anything 
t luit will dull the qiii. or woakc n th e 
orhnr Is a terrible folly! TT" is Tn Be 
hoped that in our own city girls will 
\>-?\,. r y careful not to form "a habit 
which Is almost, sure to lead them In- 
to -Linger anj which cannot do any 
good. 

In no city of Caniula •' has th< play- 
ground movement "mini.- so ereat pro- 
gress as in Winnipeg, but nowher 
playgrounds more in ■• ■>)• -1 than In the 
ambitious oiul erit.ri. rising prairie 



It will be with universal so; 
that no. u omen ol VTctoria will 
of tfte action ot ' Miss Macn&Uj 
Jones. |iresid«-nt ot tin- No j b, In. 

sending, on_ behalf of the society, of 

uhich sin: is th,v iir-aii. a wreath to lay 
on tin- ajrave of Florence Nighttngt 

There i« no" Woman who would 
gladly have bad a share in the offering.' 

l'ihiiI old lady, who lias. left behind 

earth's cares and troubles as well 
her bodily Infirmities was a pattern m' 
womjenhood. No Cask was too difficult 
for her to attempt, it .thereby the suf- 
fering of others cfiulii be lessi nod. in 
this all women June an opportunity of 
following 'in ! is. Since she 

ano- back from the Crimea there has 
never been a who did not look 

-enve Nightingale as 
oi what a woman should be, wh 
tered the must womanly of professions, 
that, of nursing. Victoria is far a\\ii> 
from the quiet room where she lies,, 
but among those who sent tributes of 
love and reverence none'. are more sin- 
cere than her nurses. 



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B. C. FRUIT 

\W WINNIPEG 




i 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH 



when first, lime buyers at this 
market tell .us to cut off a small 
quantity because their families 
ar.e "such small meat eaters." 
we know once they taste our 
meats they will never suffer 
from that complaint again. Try 
us With an order. Wouldn't you 
rathi»r pay for' meat than for ; 
iclneJi- L , —— — 



Island Veal ... .? 

Island Mutton .■.......'.. 

t nBceTT' 1 i Vic and.. 7 



15c 
ISo 

10c 




IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATES ST 
PHONE 514 






Arrangements Made for Strik- 
ing , Display of .Okanagar r 
Peaches: anci— Afi p T esn> ffi^ 



Province in General 



British Columbia's fine fruit which 
has-been too little known- "heretofore 




West End's Fruit 
Bargains 

5 Lbs. Cooking Apples, excep- 
tionally 'nice, local, for .. 20c 
Gravenstein Apples, 3 lbs ...25c 
Fine Bartlett Pears, S lbs.... 25o 
Nice Local PJums, per basket 25c 
Fine Crawford Peaches, per 



basket 



..25c 



#7 

B.(S*T 




TRY KC r (iO BAKING T^DW - 
-PAR. PRR TT\ ' Sac, AND 



WATCH RESULTS. THEY 

WILL, SURPRISE AN'D DE- 

> LIGHT YOU. 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

1002-GovcrniTirnt Street - Tqls. 88 and ,t~6i 



nd^alatinp. Centrally situated, yet with SHK t&\™ ■'♦"■"'■■T^"- ™r^"f y ™™*e™ ^ "V^^tJ^ 

irpe prounds 1-awn^ 1nr T./ni .' »„*» P«ring to carry on the r . Lhat r~~„, ^^ • . . , , ,, rt, ""'*f i 01e> should have. In cm 

85 same?' SkS PinJ.^i t th "> ;lt ''^t forgot to leave Space for ^ ent H H , lmve been oomi^t^d accord.. ... h ■ ,, 1( ? ,,„■.„■ Uu . r ? w ,„ b 

%Ll??' p!^5^ nk H g °° d *»>•»' boys and girls m , l» » d >t ce r "V U .'" '^ n «"»■ ■^■ AUr t-o decora ,s, with views of 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 

At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Apres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: i-'ootball and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range, 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN: 
Rev. \V. \Y. Holt,,,,, M.A., Cambridge. 
PRINCIPALS: 
R. V. Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Eaq., LonfL Ur.':,-.. 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 
For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



MISS ACRES. Phinowal. 

"School re-opens September 13tto, 1010 
1 at 10 a, ra. . 

"ONIVfcRSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

Cllye-Wolley House, Oak Bny, Vic- 
toria, B.C., high-grade day and board- 
ing schodl for young ladles of all 
ages. 1 All subjects -^ taught-- Pros- 
pectus on application. 

Principal — Mrs. Stedham, Cert. Eng. 



ke theni Into strong arid 
healthy citiiehs.' How, the peppl 
nSKirlnlpeg are dning ttre \.i ry bi 

the 

who have hitherto bufH ni> the city. 
The playg r ounds around the schools 
have, in 1 n furnished Rnd laid out so as 
to acco'nnimpdate all tlTe children In 
th*K neighborhood. Each ifla.yground \h 
supervised by mm and wo 
There arc sand pllee and swtngi 
' the little ones and los. o.ill. basketball. 
football and alley ball for the" older 
and girls. Then there is a' wan- 



to be properly appreciated In the Kasi j 

will, beginning this fall, be exhibited 

annually in Winnipeg through the .■.'- i , hinc . hv whll . h u , get before the 

! .,,; TTT.,1 -ration, the Information 

connection 

be SuKa- 

BrltiSh 

rchards wnsr.e the -peaches 



Corrig College 

Beacon Hill Park Victoria, B.C. 
Select Hlg 1 >ay and' 

'few* 
to .1 1 rears, it' finementa 
well-appointed gentlemen's 1 
in lovely JJeacon Jlill l'nik. t 
loor sports. 
: . 1 for Bustni 

ity examina- 
tions. !■"•■' 8 loco >.i\ , li- 
ly moderate. A few vacancies at 
autumn t«.r;il. ..Sept.emb_er 
Prlnciiial, J. "W. CHURCH, M.A. 

iwrn—'wi—— 11 hi i,i wi 



C. P. R.. to lm.ye.Uie T. cum 

pany give Its ' fourteen 'l-n 
windows on Port econd 

-Street .0 \,'innl|,Cg, 
days in September for a display of a 
car of the finest peaches grown in. the 
Okanagan l-'rnit Union, and (igain 
about the first of November for an. ex- 
hibition of British' Columbia apples. 



.Columbia 

and apple d other inter- 

away an si amp Pes '^ ?,o]d ai cost aTrtt 
v ay 



siamples or 

tv,o car' Joads will likely in this 

. largest number of peo- 



Advertise in THE COLONIST Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Private High School 
Academic Department — Pull matricn- 

, Students prepared 

B. C, U S, am,l Other o.Miiiiinatlons. 
Splendid matriculation successes this 
summer. 

Commercial Department — A fully 

: Business College In 

Charge Of an .experienced. .Commercial 

Specialtnt. Mednllat in Oregg 

1 .oor.s furnlslied free to 

students , of this department. 

Day and Evening Classes. 
. Addn to 

The 'Principal. James Bay Academy, 
Ifle Medina St, 

Queen's Academy 

2715 Hock Bny Ave.iuc. 



; Rc-8pens Thursday, 
September I 

To- iro practjes trucl 

n. ill l-'.liyo . 1 1 

- 1 lie bighet bran 1 

, 1 '0* fui Formation r_all on 

1 to S. D. POPE, LL. D., 

1 Phone 18 00, Pi Lit Ipal 




l-'or o week , or more prior to these 
two displays, the T. Earton company 
will feature I nd it is expect 

that the I. use crowds which 
flock to this store will be made ac- 
ted with the size, flavor ami- high 
quality «.of the British Columbia or- 
chard products, thereby creating 
mand in the Winnipeg market 
will eventually load ui,' the dlscriiviin- 
ating buyers calling for fruit grown in 
British Columbia. . ' 

Tins year the exhibit will be 

to the iikanrtgaji country, but 
next -fall .1 larger and KhiWt 

wlH— be held which wllj Include the 
fruits from other pints pf the 
ilso. 

the ■Winnipeg .fruit 
0.0. known but little about the 
nlflcenl fruit grow h in this >. 
i '•■iHi-ni^nn-He-'ha-a — got t ho idTO | ._ 
that. It Is mure , or IcSs like the fruit 
..af_.L.'al! i'id . tliat it ."Js nol to 

compared with that grown-ln Ontario, 
Asa matter, of fact, hefwsver, the 
peaches .and -,-rowii '" in ", llritish 

Columbia tared b.N r comp 

judgi a ■ Mor not oiffiy in qual- 

ity to the Ontario product but also 
In size and keeping qualities. 

The promo! Winnipeg 

displays believe that 'they will bi 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

Georjje A. Levelle, Manager. 



Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

Showing only the Best pictures ob- 



the Best 

tainabl e 



IK 



The 

BISON 



Business-like Comfortable 

A Castle Brand Favorite 

3 for 50c. 




SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

Drop in for a- cool, unlet, restful hour. 
Our pictures are making the Empress 
theatre popular. 

Coma and brlner your friends. 



New Grand Theatre 

WEEK 15th AUOUST 



MANUEL BOMAIN 

Tlie Noted Minstrel Singer 

M'LLE. OI.IVE 

Skillful and brlllia"M. juggling artiste. 

ZEEELL BROTHERS 

In marvelous eqaillihrlstic feats. 

MAXWELL AND DUDLEY 

"The Silver. Lesson." 
BROCKMAN AND GROSS 

faeter songs and dances. 

THOMAS J. PRICE. _■_. 
NEW MOVING PICTURES. 
OUR OWN ORCHESTRA. 



Pantages 




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The 

Hudson's Bay Co. 

Sole Agents 
For British Columbia. 




Made In 
Berlin by 

•mm 



At 2 for 25c. you can buy 

this shape In Elk Brand 

Q named "CARMONA." 110 



Specially Good In Quality 

Out Butter at 35c or "X 

■ for . . : * $1.00 

I-'aney TrunK'Tr: t.-.i frith lock 

I lb:;.. for $1.00 

si, tvel Luncheon Too 

■ 

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i. and do- 



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hall 



ERSKINES' GROCERY 

... in.; fohnson nod Quadra Sti 
i ions iog. 



ALL THIS WEFK 



BIG 10-CEMT SHOW 

VAUDEVILLE MOTION PICTURES 

AND NIGHTLY AMATEUR 

PRIZE CONTESTS. 

Tun? Why Certainly. 

ROMANO THEATRE 

TONIGHT 

Among- the Roses,, Imp drams fi 

The Ministers New Suit. I . :o. 

.1. Th» Cord Party, I'. overs 

drama. The Moon for Her Lov- 

[Ji'cture. Tho V.illag-e Scnr». 
Zelg-ler Baldwin Polar 
Expedition, educational. Wantiinfrton 

Qua i t n.t.t.e Romano Orchostin. 

MAJESTIC THEATRE 

WpiUiihiI.iv and ThnrBday 

"The Warrior*! Baerlfloe,' 

. lo 

"John Ailar.u and Paul Jones. " 

- 
"A Good Littli? HeiiM 
I "Uncle LeariiB to H^pnotlase,'* 

' * Other (features, ' 



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Wsdnssdsy, August 17, 1910 




VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Men's Evening Dress 

Apparel 




We venture4o say that you cannot find v another store in the city that can 
supply the needs of the discriminating- dresser 

The Reception of Sir Wilfred 



takes place tonighl 
Let us out fiT you. 



1 1 is imperative that you should attend in full dress attire. 




FINCH & FINCH 



1107 Government Street 



Victoria, B.C. 




Hpain that s*pressed ta» Wish to ent«r 
yachta in severa of ths classes. 
Mace Aftsr Psntion 

Old Jem Mace, cmcie the most fam- 
ous pugiliat in the world, 1« making 
his second" attempt to «eoure an old 
age pepMori of la.SO a week from the 
British government. Three yearn ago 
Mace made his first effort-. Me wai» 
disgusted by the red tape and "tiuit 
cold/' as the ring saying has It. ^6r 
a number of years the old fellow has 
been struggling along, but the alms- 
house looms so dangerously near that 
the oldtlme gladiator must take ex- 
treme measures now; 

Novel Fishing Gsms 

IVi-hups the most uiiuiuo sporting 
event in the world is the all-England 
angling c&amplonahire which win ,he 
held this year September? 88. it win 

,,,. Msh.a on U.e DeraffflBt river at 
Million. The ( '(.mpetitivi- anglers talto 
'iheir plaees at u given hour. At a pls- 
t . . 1 .sh,,t from the referee they cast 

lines. • 

Pot three hours they use every whs 
!,„„«], to the fisherman to attract 
,, , nihers of the tinny family. At the 

expiration of the three hours the fish 
are counted and the man having the 
|.,st catCO K'Hs a silver cup, Men 
travel from all parts o£ the island to 
take part in this competition and 
some Bpend a great deal of money on 
tackle for it. 



Philanthropist Dies 

ITU'A-, N. V-, Aug. 16. — Mrs. Sarah 

jE. Gleason, a philanthropist of Chicago, 

who spent th< greater par,t of a large 

in, nine for the henclit ■>!' adventists 

and their missions, died here to,day of 

I apoplexy. She was . 84 years old. 




NOTES OF 

OF OLD 





Probate of Will of Late John 
Hammond, Turfman, Proves 
Him One of World's Weal- 
thy Men— Mace in Trouble 



LONDON, Aug. 16.— The probating 
of the will of the late John Hammond, 
who rose from a stable boy to be one 
of the richest turfmen in England, 
recalls an interesting career in the 
racing world Ml !!.,mmo'nd died en- 
ormously wealthy, but it was not until 
his will was published that it became 
known he was worth $2,200,000 at the 
time of his, death. 

Mr. Hammond Is one of the few men 
who made a fortune but of the turf. 
Usually racing is taken up by rich 
men as a means of getting sport at 
, onsiderable outlay. • 

Hammond was the son of a black- 
smith and he corni his turf 
. . er as a stabfe boy. He carefully 
saved his money and, with informn- 
tl,,ii that his place In tho'stables fur- 
nfslie-cU he became a heavy, hotter. 
Luck favored him from the first. After 
half a dozen years of good fortune and 



economical living he was «ble to buy 
a small stable of his own. 

J-'ruin this Hammond built up a 
great stable. His horse, St. "Cation. 
pan a dead beat in rtie Derby and con- 
tended against the entries of Sing 
-Edward and aristocrats of the realm. 
St. Gatien won the Caesafewitch. An- 
famous Hammond horse was 
Laureate II., who won the Camblng- 
Bbire and Royal Hunt cup. lleniiin- 
lus of the Hammond stable won the 
Ascot stakes and the Manchester cup. 
Lightweight Star Dies 
Dan Thomas, of Pontypridd, Wales, 
who ■ ; Parth canal at th«> age of 

si years, was at one time llghtwelgl I 
pugiltsti, , hamplon of the world. Vie- 
fore the days of Heenan, Kand and 
Sayers Thomas took on all comers and 
beat them easily. 

One day while Thomas held the belt 
he passed a crowd that was listening 
to an open air sermon preached by 
the famous divine, Chart — H. Spur- 
geon. Thomas was attracted by what 
he heard, and afterward became ac- 
■, id with the famous 
fa talk with the minister Thona 
went home and threw his champion- 
shlp-'heit in the fire. He never fought 
again. Incidentally Ponty Pridd is 
also the home of Freddy Welsh, pre- 
sent, lightweight champion of Great 
Britain. 

England Polo Team Coming 

The Hurllngham club has decided 
team tb America 
spring to try to recover the cup 

: by Harry Pa tney'a 

Captain Hardress Lt&yd, the 
leader, has tentatively selected' seven 
players. Including Buckmaster and 
R. N. Grenfel. He will possibly Invite 
others. - 



. '.-.,- , iuli hopes the Americans will 
agree to play at the end of May so the! 
-dimen can return and partlej 



pate In the English championship 
games, although— U — recognize.* thaL- 
thls would be a considerable co 
slon. The cIub_proposes to arrange 
matters V I he players ■ .wHTTfiave" 

i eeks' practice In America before 
the matches. ' ■•' • 



Yachtsmen Want Races- 
European yacht hien last wi_ntc< 






MEET E 




VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 

COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

622 Trounce Ave. Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



ranged that each year there should be 
an international regatta managed by 
i' , associations of the different coun- 
tries In the agreement, and this year 
the first festival of international yacht 
racing was to have been held In Brit- 
ish waters. On account of the death 
of King Edward this was declared off. 
There was some comment on the 
action of the committee, which was 
criticized. The Field now says: 

"The lnernatlonal regatta which 
was to have been held on August 8 
and 9 of this year, being the first 



Tnternational 'Champion of 
Victoria Expected at Tac- 
oma to Compete With High 
Class Tennis Players 



VANCOUVER, Aug. 16.— Northwest 
tennis champions — the winners In the 
men's singles of the different tourna- 
ments played around the Nortnweal 
ami > or tins year, "ems ww *.■*. ( .j rru i t tills summer — In all proba- 
festlval of the .International yacht bllity' Will be seen In action .on the 
racing, as recently announced In the ,. 1)lir 'ts of the Taeoma Lawn Tennis 



Field, has been" postponed owing to 
the death of his majesty. King ' Ed- 
ward, who was the patron' of the fes- 
tival. His late maJflSty had expressed 
a wish that the ' regatta should take 
place over deep water Courses, and ac- 
cordingly some, very good sea courses 
had been planned, starting from Splt- 
Uaad, p roceeding to the eastward and 
finishing at Hyde, imt not in any case 

•entering the Johnl o| KOiSS - west of 

Hyde. t?6. less than i$ lorelgi. 

had been provisionally entered for the 

nl, including vessels belonging 

to the German emperor and the king 

1 o: Spain. Indeed it was the king of 



club before the end of, the month._,A 
nent has been started by the Ta- 
club to bring together Bernard 
Schwengers, the British Columbia 
i ion. Nat Emerson, former lytld- 
\ est champion: Sam Russell and 
r Fltz, the crack Seattle pain and 
Brandt wickersham of Portland, In an 
elimination meat in Tacom .. to pick a 
end to th.; Pacific Coast 
championship tourney at T>eX M 
early next month. Answers received 
a majority ^>f the star players 
Indicate that they approve of the 
scheme, arid will '.me to- Tacoma—for 
the '• ,V_ . 

The International. Tennis association 

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..f ihe Northwest this year will pay the 
, Kpensea Of two men hi the Del M •: t( 
meet One of these will surely be 
s, hwengers of Victoria, who has won 
the International British Columbia and 
Mainland i bampionshipa by defeating' 
.in, Tyler, and is without question the 
ranking player in the Northwest this 
season. The laaima meet was pra- 
ised to select t lie second man fpr the 
Northwestern team. Sam Russell Is 
tile most eligible player on account of 
his victory In the Pacific Northwest 
meet in Taenia last week. Fit?., how- 
ever, gave Russell a hard battle, and 
time promised t" win the < ham - 
plonship when he led two set? to one. 
and was within one point of the decid- 
ing set. Wickersham, former Oregon 
si its champion, has played in Only one 
meet this summer, and was defeated 
finals by Nat Emerson. Bmer- 
son, however, is ineligible to represent 
the Northwest, as he Is not a member 
nnls club in the International 
association. He Is anxious to meet 
ngers, I and has indlcat- 

,,t thai he will come to Taeoma for 

that, 

Nite—Bernle Schwengers Is said to 
be desiroiw of matching himself 
Lgalnsl i :>• is., h. therefore If th, 
can be arranged for a date satisfactory 
to both parties It ma 
assured. —Sporting Editor. 



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Interesting Baseball Match 
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Athletic Grounds ~ Juniors 
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There was, a friendly basetyul match 
! at the Royal Athletic grrounds 
th* other evening. the prlncli>als 
being the • Ladyemlth rppre»entattyea 
and the Capitals, -of this city. The 
locals were ou'ccessful by a score of 
7-2. From the beginning the Vic- 
torians Jumped Into the lead and held 
th'ir advantage to the conclusion. In 
the seventh they had six runs to their 
opponents nothing. It looked very, 
much llk'e a whitewash, but In the fin' 
Ishlng Innings Dhe visitors picked up 
and managed, to score two, while the 
Victorians added another. to their total. 
White and" Pike pit c h e d and caught 
respectively ior th« winners. Mr. 
Moore, of Ladysmith, made a satisfac- 
tory umpire.^ 

'The Olympic and Parks baseball/ 
teiiins will play it game this evening 
at the North Ward ground* ■ Wittjou* 
a doubt the fnrnur are the . .favor n 
Th.- Ob/PapIC* are | gfOUp of JWHJOV 
r.s wliM 1 1 1 \ . • made an en\ in.bie 
record for themselves this season. So 
.much interest have they disi 
the game and so 'marked has been their 
aptitude that. the attention of the busl- 
men has been attracted to them, 
tha t a number of pn""- 



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Pocket Knives from 20c to ... ,\ • • .$2.25 

Razors, $|[-5 ^° ......... 4 . . •■- . • • ■ • • •.••»*• .$2.25 

Alio a^nice line of Chiliati Silver Table Cutlery 

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which 'will bo presented at the <on- 
clnsioh of the match in question. Other 
suitable trophies will bo received by 
winning teams in each of the season's 
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Tw— d*y, Augu»t 10, 1910 



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VANCOUVER GIVES 

H EARTY WELCOME 

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(Continued .from ra«« I.) 



Scotsmen broke through the crowd and 
the Premier drove into the riny to the 
accompaniment of hearty cheers. After 
the bag-pipes ceased the strains of 
"The Maple Leaf Forever" were heard 
from a bind , v stationed Burthef up 
Granville street ami, then the prenenta- 
tlon of addresses beg-an. 

Sir Wilfrid looked in sptend'fd health, 
and his journey through the pnitries 
has touched his features with bronze. 



To trtie addresses of the city and the 
board oX trade Sir Wilfrid replied 
briefly. Then he was driven to Dom- 
inion hall, where at a luncheon with 
one thousand guests a scehc of great 
enthusiasm occurred. The Premier re- 
plied s-very briefly. Then he was driven 
to the exhibition grounds, which he 
'formally opened. 

Mr. Cowan,. M. P. for Vancouver, 
■went out on" an early train, and when 
Sir Wilfrid's special reuohed West- 
minster junction boarded the Premier's 
car. 

"On behalf of two per cent of the 
population of the Dominion I bid you 
welcome to the constituency I repre- 



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* TO ATTEND RECEPTION ± 




The members of the General f 
Conference of the Methodist ' ■*■ 
church of Canada, by the invi- •*■ 
tation of the government of ■*■ 

British Columbia, will attend ♦ 

the reception to m gendered to ■* 
the Kiglit Hon. Sir Wilfrid ♦ 
Laarjer, Premier oi Canada, ♦ 

at' the parliament 1 a 1 1 Rtl ttgB '♦ 

touight. on acoount of this ♦ 
there will be no i-eRtilar session ♦ 
of the .unlerence this evening: , .♦ 



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sent In the House of Commons." With 
these words Mr. COWOn greeted Sir 
Wilfrid, who talked very nflai.ly with 
Mr. Cowan on tin ua,\ in to Van- 
couver. 
Though uninvited by the committee, 

Mr. Cowan introduce!! the civic and 

order delegates to the Premier at the 

depot. 

Evening- M«9ting. 

sir Wilfrid l.aaii.-r and till party held 
a political meeting In the Horse 
building here tonight and the large 

audlU'l'tlim WflS CfO iVdfil ••■ 'he .!■ •■< ■ 

"The gathei ng of 8,000 to « ever pn 

■anted more the tran< 

throne Hi' lnii i. sightseers than 

that of a ciuiki-i-i ,H'"ii 01 entl ■ ' 

party followers, and with i 

handed western welcome which be re* 

oejved on ts i( I e plat form the pi ■ 

mler bad to I Qsht 

ami ,i , rirsi vu ■ ■ ■ Ori- 
ent*.) ttBB ■ it Ffi iiaestiiln. pointing OUT 
thai imperial and no! i 

ted him iii his 

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(tttll d( nol Being fit to showugi 
i..-: , in his administration, but I 
for better things in the future. He In 
connection with oth*r speakers of hi< 
pain attributi ■•< ty and 

i irly that of the west, to the 

wise admli m 61 bh men't. 

I p.„ op pro- 

ceedings .with a fighting campaign 

Hon. Win. Templeman wa; the 
llrst on the programme, but he i'/: 
i .1 from- taking up any subjects of 
public interest, preferring to give way 
Ho the wise men from the east, Mr. 



tlon and the maintenance Of friendly re- 
lations and mutual agreement. We have 
the same sentiment as you., but our 
methods differ." .»» 

It was following 'this that Siri.Wil- 
I rid made the statements that after Mr. 
l,. rnhux's visit to Japan* 'the immigra- 
tion bad been restricted to 400 a year 
and that after Hon'. Mackenzie Kli.g's 

plan to Calcutta;, the immigration of 

Hindus had ceased. "You look upon 
this Asiatic question from the suuul- 
pOint Of the labBrlng man,", said Sir Wil- 
frid. "1 regard it from the point of view 
of the Hrilisli Kmpiii." 

He time and .again emphasised his de~ 
POtlOn to British institutions and to the 

Brltlab Hag, and en tins question he 
Bad lie- audlehce heartily fa accord wit.ii 
nTST ~* 
The oheering which, graeted the con 

, tuslOIl oi his speech was just as en 
lluisiaslie as that which started On his 

but with M» B.ddre«i the In- 

d '"it. 



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AMUSEMENTS 

Rompno Theatre 

V picture of ,:v<:, \ i a.i, atloiial value 

will be sh6v. n aj the above theatre I j- 
aaj and tomorrow, it Is entitled "'I le- 
/.cigler I'.aM.Niii Pol ir Kxpedltlou," and 
was taken !i\ Mr. iknthonj Flail, the 

, •mmallde: of the ,x|, edition. Thfl 

scenes follow i, Herd bl Reindeer; 

Shipping Russian 'Dogs and Ponies. 

• t Mi to the Arctic; Qrotssirig the Line; 

l.-iin. :r, Forcing the Ship 

|,.,. I, l'nshlpidng Has 

shin i i Pontes on to the ice. 

..' Hurling Snow for Water Supjrtj 
.•ting up W to] Dogs. <, 

p in showdi ■' Pon? Sledge 

Train; Shooting a l'ony I <i P I 8. 

i . . t «.h fo r the Pole b y I ■ 

Sledges. Also B , B Imp Crania 

entitled "Among the Roses." A young 
lor whose sole pride Is his beau- 
tiful garden ■ finds pn< fl 
that tin- roses are 

lie tries, in vain to find the cause of 
their disappearance, but all- to no pur- 
ge then - to ta.ke the part 
of i gardener, and hopes in this 
U> catch the thief ir one the ■ 
f. w nights after he is out In the gar- 
Ing sonic one m the rose 
aita to them to come out. It 

pro beautiful young woman. 

I what she took 
the roses for und she tells him tlmt 
she did not know they were of any 



Pantagea Theatrg 

The first performance tonight will 
begin promptly at 7.30 o'clock and will 
ibe over In ample time for those desir- 
ing to attend the reception of Sir Wil- 
frid Laurler at the Parliament build- 
ing." 

Amateur prize vaudeville contests, 
iour thousand feet of excellent motion 
pictures and The licrnardos In their 
pleasing rural tabloid druma "At the 
Hour of Nine," completes an hour pro- 
gramme thut Is thoroughly enjoyable 
and especially so considering the fact 
that the admission ""Tp" 1ST only ten 
cents to any part of the house..^«»„u. 

New Grand Theatre 

Manuel Rpmaln, the noted singer, 
assisted by Miss Sadye Palmer, solo- 
ist and actress, and by Huxy 1 .a 
Hi ceo, the Italian harpist i4 the New 
York Metropolitan orchestra, arc ap- 
pearing at the Grand this week in a 
finished performance entitled "After 
the Ball is Over," und offering the 
lending and first ranking musical at- 
tempt, in vaudeville this season. 

Supporting this long act, winch runs 

nearly half an hour are the /a-reii 

Brothers, wonders ol physical de- 
y< lopnientl and expert equilibrists, 
r.rocknian and Cross, a song and 
dance team; Mile Clive, the Parisian 
juggler and Maxwell and Dudley, 
whose rendering of "A Kinging las- 
mm" is duly appreciated. Tip gri at 
thing about this week's bill is the lot 
that the supporting acts are all first 
class numbers, and re ceive a full 

ii'.-asnre of applause. * 



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The marriage of I^ft-ank De Belle 
I , of North Vancouver, and Miss 
m ■■ Hardy, daughter of the late Mr: 
and Mrs. Edward Hardy of Loud on, 
• oil., was <i aietly -.solemnized on Bat 
urday at the residence of the bi l< 

t r, Miss Hary of Robson Btfeet. 
i: Robert Milliken oftaiated. They 

were the recipients' of a number of 
handsome presents, among which way 
uutiful silver service from the 
WaHa.oe Shipyards. Mr. and Mrs. 
Davey will ajvend their honeymoon_ln„ 
the Sound cities.. 



Fernie Expenditures 
KKHiN'.IK. August 16.---The ratepay- 
ers yeaterday adopted two bylaws, one 
providing for' the borrowing of J 
• stens,iojia,..,.and the 
the Installation of a TifS" 
The Vot very 



$4,500 for 



id was taking them , St^S'wSM 

pie. He falls In love with b«i " ■. . •,. " " '^ * 



suli lclen t 
The work provided for 



MacdOl ' lctou and Hon. I 

, ,-lose.i the meeting, the l„t Jo-st sight and ' a Iter that . ™ « ach ' The 

ter furnishing the humor tor the even- (t , Wf , r ,.,, s ,. s Urin t . v , JV , ,, ut BQ flou St ,, aS ?_. H , 8 . "!?:. t,_ 

log. th.e v., I purpose. The 

J. EL Senkler. president of the local .photography and acting are Up to the 
i ml association, aef^3 na chairman, i USIK ,i standard for this company. "The 

Prefacing his remarks ow the A.alatlc ■ Moon for Her Love" - la a beautiful 
question, Sir Wilfrid said that a great, h;mil ,-,,]ored ffTnT the scenery in jvhtelv* 



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deal of misunderstanding , existed in 
British Columbia regarding hisstand on 
the question. He acknowledged that 
■ icing . ti ■ •'■ '•'"• t 

Hence to judge after 
bearing hlni whether he was b 
Canadian or whether b« waa pot' 

He took ii. very broad 'etand on. the 
matter, whiei.i he said was 
to British Columbia, but af fecial riui- 
ada, Great Britain and the enmb • 
explained that he prisfi with 

the .lapaneSe consul at Cttnwa on the 
and frowned on British Cohim- 
bla methods. . 

••] do i: ..islalfion which 

imposes .la restriction* on friend- 

ly na' "' hit policy Is diplomatic ac- 



1» very {rood. • JfTsO .T Hne drama by the 

• mpany entitled, "The 
Party," this shows the Jealousy that 
a husband has of his wife and tbi 
or this st . ry fine. "The Minis- 

ter's New Suit" iiy the" same company 
is a perfect scream from start to fin- 
ish. As is also "The Village Scare." 
The Washington Quartette will be 
heard in "Sweet and Low," this Is a 

heautlful song and. should b- 
rendered bv this U tte. This Is the 

last week in which this quartette will 
he appearing in this city nnd all 
who have not heard them might 
to do so before they gn . * 



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KEEN COMPETITION IN 

TENNIS TOURNAMENT 

Practically -every day a number of 
the tournament games inaugurated by 
the Kingston Street CWb last Saturday 
afternoon are being, play ert> off, and In 
ninny Instances the competitlona are 
big close, Interesting, and high- 
class. Since the opening round the 
standard has been improvtng steadily 
and Secretary G. D. Case Is confident 
that by next week-end, when the finals 
of the various classes take place, there 
will be witnessed some, of the best ten r 
•nls that has ever been witnessed in 
the James Bay courts. The club play- 
ers are going in for the struggles for 



THE HON. WILLIAM TEMPLEMAN 

Minister of Inland Revenue. British Columbia's Repre- 
sentative intlie Dominion Cabinet , . 
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<he local honors with a vim and 
that Is stimulating, and there is every 
indication that there will be a big gal- 
lery of spectators when the concluding 
matches are called next Saturday af- 
ternoon. These will be followed by 
tbr presentation of prizes. 

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Fell Eleven Stories 
DRSM <'M N!-:S. Iowa, Aug. 11,. -A. W. 
Baldwin, a structural. Iron worke-r, felb 
eleven stories from the top of the 
Equitable building today to his d 



The man struck an Iron girder, which 
split the body almost to the. head. 

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Mayor Gaynor's Condition 
M\V YORK, Aug. 16.— The follow- 
ing bulletin was issued at 9:20 p. m.: 
Msyor Gay nor has passed a very 
■ ornfqrtable day. There has been a 
general improvement In Ms symp- 
toms." : ."\' ■' ■ 

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SCHRAM FRUIT JARS— Pints, per Hozen, 63d 
Quarts, per dozen, <pc; 

(f-gallortS, per dozen $1.10 

SCHRAM CO\EKS--i»ct dozerj '.....20^ 

NICK LOCAL APPLES— per box ... . .,. . . $1.50 

VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS FRESH IN 

EVERY , DAY 

iTRK. NTAV ZK.ALAXD I'M )\EY— 2-lb. tin ..45^ 
CLl'.AN I-.D CURRAXTS-^ ibs. for ........ .25< 

GLISH MJNKI& PEEL— per lb .15^ 

'CANADIAN SAR! -4 tins.for ■. . .25£ 

CROSSE & ULACKWI^LL'S SMOKKD SAR- 
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CLARKTS I' 1 'T'l'l'.l) MI-VATS- -f..r. sandwiches | 
. tins \gtz 25r 

-BRiOOM^— each, 65c • .25*- 

LUNCH . S'.^l :S ' i >or tin ................... 1 <>, ■ 

^NICE ONTARIO CHEESE-'-per M • ....2')^ 

' CA \ \ i I \ I K I ', AM CHEESE— each . ...... 1 .<>*• 

SHREDDED COCQANUT^r-per lb -..^rrrrfZO^ 

pi rRE BLACK i'i d'lCk ptt ib ■ 25<^ 

NLIGHT ..r LIFEBUOY ^'\I'-nW 50*^ 
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ANTI-COMBINE TEA— in lead pat* q> j /^A 

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R1V1) LABEL Cnri-KK— i-lb. tin .. . . . .25< 

FAVA AND M< »CI I ^COFFEE— fresh ground—per 

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FRY'S. BREAKFAST COCOA— J^-ib. tin ....25£ 

Cl^>SSE & BLACKWELL'S'mJtCH COCQA-^ 

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lid ••••• 25 <^, 

Sl'Cll,\Rh'S COCOA— 1 -lb. tin i 90^ 

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lb. tin .... . ; ^ •• ..«wf 

*O)C0A IN BU£K— per lb. 25<* 

TIVn.KVS LOOSE; XKAt-4 !'»s. for ........ $1.00 

BLUE RIBBi '\ TK \- P er iii.- .$. . . 40<^ 

Compare These Prices With Those Charged Else- 
where and Be Convinced That We Give the Best 
Value in the City. ' 

Mi.RTMX'S KXCLISH RASPBERRY yiNEGA 

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. boltli . . . . ..;...... ..£0<f 

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e have a few' thousand pounds of -ALBERTA ' CANADA, FIRST CREAM-^The --Best rd be |A 
n»inv dtittpd ...u:„i. ...m „-ii -r^ *> \ had— lartre 20-oz. Can ...... .7.... .....!■ UV. 



25c 



DAIRY BUTTER which we will sell , 
at the very low price of, per lb 

PrRE 1. A RD- Wild Rose Brand— 5-Jb. tin $1.00 

;rlb; tin ...,.....:..,.,... ;f. .«0< 

XICE MILD CURED HAMS— per lb7 . . . .TT! 24< 
MCE MILD CURED BREAKFAST BACON- nek 

per lb. : . .'.28£ 

.McLAREN'S PEANUT BUTTER— per jar, 40c, "?5c 

uikI '. •' ■.'•■ 15<* 

( )Xf A RIO. FRESH EGGS-^per dozen ..C. ..:'.' . .30^ 
111 RD'S EGG or CUSTARD P< AVDER— packet 15<* 
MAGIC P. A KING POWDER— 5-lb. can 90^ 

12-oz. can ... . tt 20<* 

Dr. PRICE'S or ROYAL BAKING POWDER 

12-Oz. can . - ... '■ ''■'■'. ■ • ,- • • - 40^ 

lb.' can ,. .$1.15 

PURE V\IIITK CASTILE SOAP— long bar 20<^ 
SUPERFINE "T.QILET. SOAP^-9 cak, > .... ,..25^ 



WITCH HAZEL TOILET SO* box- ...25^ 

<;il. LARD'i ENGLISH MIXKM 1MCK LI'.S-p.er 

-.,. .. ,< . , 1. 1 .i _ « ^ ....j - . .... • , :; ■» , ,....», , . 1 Ao , .1111 ,^ ,1.1 . , ' , u t . ^1 ,., ..!,», k*> a t"j lW 



had— large 20-oz. can . . . 

CALGARY- RISING SUN BREAD FLOUR— per 
sack .. . . i • ■•■ .$1.75 

OGILVIF'S FAMOUS ROLLED OATS— ao-Ib. 

k • •• ..75£ 

8-11); sack - f . . • .,35^ 

TAPIOCA, SAGO; RICE or WHITE BEANS— 9 

lbs. for . .. , • ..•• 50<* 

O-r 4 lbs. for . .' ■......:.... : ..25^ 

DAY, & MARTIN'S LAUNDRY BLUE— i-lb.. 
packet i • • • .'.-...,.. .,15£ 

PEARLINE— 2 packets for „...,.... 25< 

GLOBE METAL POLISH— per tin , ,....../,10f 

Patronize the Only slndependent Grocery Store 
in the City 

JOl I XS< VX'S, I-'LUI I ) 'ngEF ^- lnrgc in a** & .1 1 k 90< 
CA\iRRll ) (;-K " LEMi INADE Carefully ' prepared 



f. , r ...$1.00 T jar >..... ••••••. ■ •■'• ^^ 

. p^sr bottle •• ............:.. .35^ CROSSE & BLACKWELL^S PICKLES— all. kinds- 
Mi »NTSKR R:.\T DIM Iv U'lCE— bottle, 65c and 3$# 3 jars for .,..,..... • V» ...... .$1.00 

Or, per jar '.•■...• SoC 

I < 1 WAT'S. Pit IK i -j E S— -I arge q uart jar .......... 25<* 



frnrrri Sie-ilian Lemons- One packet jnakes-.2 gallons 
of .delighi fid 1 a'ini .nade— per" packet" .- . . . : 15<- 



i'ivrsiax siii-Rr.i-:r-i»er battle 

INDEPENDENT CREAMERY BUTTER 



..25^ 



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most popular Biitter-.of the day. 

3 trrsrfor 



ANTI-COMBINE LAUNDRY 50AP— . 



"CTIIYEK'S < 'ED C< I'EXTRY )1.\ R>IALAI)K— T-.Ib. 
glass jar ..,.,.....,...........'. 15<^ 

i-]IIYER>"~R.\>l'HERRY or STRAWBERRY 

j \M m 1 r 1 1 » . glass Jars — .... .^.35^ 

'FINEST GRANULATED SUGAR 



$1:15 




CALIFORNIA SULTANA RAISINS, 5 Packets For 25c 

WE SELL~EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. NO SPECIALS OR BAIT. Money refunded if you are not satisfied with anything you purchase from us. 

COPAS & YOUNG, THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCE 




IHL ONLY INDEPENDENT STORE 






PHONES 91 and 95. 



Oppo«lt« tha Wow 



CORNER OF FORT AND BROAD STREETS £K£ a m«c7 



PHONES 91 and 95. 



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aCTORIA DAILY COLONIST 







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Party of Victoria Masoiis Re.- 
turn /After Enjoyable Pil- 
grimage to Far North— 
Were "Cordially Received 



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A party of uveal - \ Lctorlai 

representatives Bf ' nT/.'.-i.'' T. iripla, Mys- 
tic Shrlners, who have Ju»t ' refill 'Mi-ii 
from a tour of iln- ruk on hi 1-. oowrsa 




WESCOTT'S 
BIG SALE 
NOW ON 



Come in for the Bi.u. 
Bargains ever seen - 
in Victoria ' 



E. E. Wescott 

Sole agrent for McCall Patterns 
Fa 3 ii 1 orr~3rmrmtr~. — " 



jot which they visited Dawson to con- 
duct one of the ^order's ceremonials, the 
Temple Indicated ' bavlna - . I Jurisdiction 
over the entire Canadian ... northwest. 
Those who made the trip and who were 
entertained elaborately . at different 
points were: R, E\ Green and Mrs, 
Green, E. EL Leason, Mrs. Reason, Mrs. 
Leamon .andr son; ('. A. Welsh and Mrs. 
Welsh; Charles Hlchmond and Mrs. 
Klehmond; C. B, Deal; J. T. Hammond, 
Airs. Hammond and daughter; J. Ham- 
mond; ST M. Perdue; T. .1. Armstrong ; 

vv. i!. Haag ly : 3, T, Wales, s. lon>« 
K. ffi, nobins'on; C. O. Mitchell; YV. W. 
Burke; I-'. Hurde, and V. T. Williams. 

The llrst. point at which the travelers 
slopped was \V ran gel and there the Cos- 

iivHios commenced. The. Shrlpera from 

Victoria were heartily received and 
lavishly entertained. The same was re- 
peated" at White Horse and, In fuel, at 
m <tv community included In the Itin- 
erary (»n arrival at the -Metropolis oi 
the Yukon practically the entire popu- 
lation received the visitors. TK3 city 

WOO thrown Opel] t" them. They- were 

[treated to a iminj of banquets, reoep 
lions, etc.. which, together with the 
, 1'iiitinj; of a. number of a rpjn l sln j lu'vi 
f.tlatea through their paces made the 

stay a lms,\ as well as an enjoyable - '■• 
Not the least feature of the at a-, !•:. 

■V Eta tije, ",\ 1 Home'.' tendered by Go\ 
ernor Henderson and the grand ball 
which followed. 



Events iii Dawson. 



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g to the 
1 s of 



s in 
•ity says 



Dawson 
in 



649 



and 
Yates Street, 



Tel. 26. 



rrln 
He I'iiily 
pn it 

The strai u <>f .uanip. .lets 1 it 

BVei moved through the streets of Oavv- 

j son held their trek this afternoon. -'The 

v . .SlfriTiers ol GlSefa Terilple were 

the lads, the officers 1 1 ( It torla, and 

|_the Dawson club members and the I 
lean- ■ f5 strong formed the lino. 
it was a picturesque , and tou c h in g 
. eai t First cami the royal trail 
• • ' tit; down tin- Bands and 

dodging .the nigger heads. Then came 
the royal musicians, beat! I torn 

■ e ami ptpttii.; out weird music to the 
who rode on a .Shetland pony. 
Behind were the cymbal smasher, and 
I 1 1 ! s royal a trend ants. 

Next came the grotesque D 

happy candidates wreathed in smiles 

the mosi_yariee,.ited lot of parkas 

■1 in Dawson Bit ■ 1 • first strike. 

i'kas with stripes diagonal, stripes 

1 horizontal, atrip rumbled, parkas 

With all the and symbols of the 

days' of Adam; some with flounces; 

tie with collars about the head, oth- 
ers with cojjai-s- about the waist, and 
some with collars and riecktios about 
the feet; some with sK'-rt effect; ..and 
Some with bathrobe simplicity; . some 
built on the balloon cut. some on the 
divided skirt plan. Everything to put 
India, Arabia, Egypt and China in the 
.ml to make gay Paree forgotr 
ten. 

The boys were all on the string. They 
strung out lor a blOckfeach hang- 
in,; desperately to the hemp. Each be- 
parkled novice carried a little umbrella 
the sun- and keep off the blue 
snaw. • ■ . '. ■ 

"XTIer the worthies iri""parkTes cattle" 
I monitors in white, carrying the royal 
Insignia of the .. grandees. Following 
I them were two giant oxen, being led 



to the slaughter for the feast which 
will follow the strenuous session to- 
night. Then came the^ royal donkey 
carrying the most excellent bronco 
buster party. He held his Seat grace- 
fully. Two daring bareback steer rid- 
ers mounted the cattle at the beginning 
but were given the toss early In the 
game. * 

: Illustrious I'otwnUle Green was 
mounted on a prancing steed. BaSlde 
the potentate strode In gallant form 
the other officers of the temple, all 
gorgeously arrayed in gowns of richest 

oriental design. Chief Lester, presi- 
dent of the Dawson club, carried the 

mysterious sci,meter, prepared for Die 

carving 

The Initiation of | the candidates was 
begun at A. H. hall at the end of the 
parade. 

STeaterday afternoon the ladies auxil- 
iary of tile -Shrlners received at the Ar 
gonaiu In honor of the v Isil ins . holies. 

The drawlng+rbojtn was beautifully dec- 

,,,,,(,•,! Kich oriental tapi'stries. the 

most costly and striking of oriental 
rugs, exquisite oriental wall sketches 
and IJTriqTM designs in cushions and pil- 
lows 1 1. .I with the profusion of nasi U1 

in making the apartments brtl 

llant 'The holies were charming. Their 
■. tutiful gdwna were exceeded only In 

their lovllnesa of feature and g) 

ami ho ipTtalli v. Cakes, 'tea, and U e 
._, 1 1 ,. served to ail who c untie s« . et 

; ,,, 1. .,,1 .1 music t (dated from 
1 be hallway. 1 hues' orchestra coade ths 
music. 

Express Appreciation. 

Members of the party are very grate- 
ful to the oftJeJais oi the Canadian. 
Pacific Stc-nnboai company and to the 
White. Pas ; nd Yukon railway for the 
itment tendered them. In 
token of their appreciation they have 
forwarded a communication to those in 
rlty which speaks for itself. It 
follows: 

The officers and nobles o* i 

Temple. A. A. O. N. M. S.. Victoi 
C, sojourning nobles and the lade 
companylng the party, desire to e\ 
their appreciation of tlfe' many courte- 
sies ' ex tended to' them whilst on lliotr 
pilgrimage to Dawson, Y. T., and re- 
turn. 

Must of the pleasure and success of 
our jourie i talnty due' to the 1111- 

tiving kindness and assl 

rendered h\ Buperintendehi i'. Pi Schar- 
sqhmidt, .. I W. "11 Show, 

and all other officers engaged Th tio:r 
various capacities, all of whom were at 
all times .zealous in their endeavors to 
our trip a memorable one, and it 
is 'us niuch pleasure indeed; to« as-- 
sure you that their efforts have, been 
most succ. • ind have met with our 
entire appreciation. 

Tin- . ipmodations of your I 
and the dlnlng-robm service render. & 
has been all. that could be desired and) 
Was certainly a revelation to us, of the 
comforts enjoyed in this far northern 
country! 

The "pilgrimage from a scenic stand- 
point, lti our opinion, cannot be sur- 
passed, from the time of our leaving 
•Skaguay, until we arrived at 

the . Jtodfrmed. city of Dawsonj. Y. 



D. D., New 
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ERVATION 

A Crying Need 

Canada i s awa-kenin g to the g re at necessity f or 



mserving her ^natural" resource's. The question 
bids fair to become one of the greatest the Dominiem- 
has to face. Mr. James White, secretary of the Na- 
tional Canadian \ Conservation Commission, and an 
acknowledged expert on the subject, treats, the ques- 
tion in a masterly manner in an article which be- 
gins in next Sunday's edition of 

The Colonist Sunday Magazine 

The -front page, next Sunday, is devoted to some 
charrning views of Duncan arid the Cowichan Valley, 
with a descriptive article..-— . 

Canadian BanksandTheir Powers 

■ . 

Is the title of an interesting paper by Jean Edouard 
Sears. Many of us who use the fine banking system 
of Canada every day are ignorant of. its working. Mr. 
Sears' paper elucidates in a most satisfactory manner. 

The Colonist Sunday Magazine 

Is a- distinctive feature of British Columbia journal- 
ism. It is rfot only worth reading, it is worth saving. 
It is clean, bright, and fuli of interest, and contains 
many departmtnts of special nature. You can take 
it into your family circle with confidence. 



The Colonist Sunday Magazine 



and especially on our side trip to At- 
Im. II. C, there was coiistantly present- 
ed to our view an ever-chanuin< pan- 
orama, the grandeur ot whicii must be 
seen to be fully ap 

fail to aile,|iuitejy des.h'lbe it. Tbje ma- 
jestic mountains iowering above us With 
-mjw-vlii'' mil many- glisten- 

ing gjaciers mnking it a scene n.^yer,, to 
he forgotten; and we can only say that 

. -olic who do not— nv.<;l , 
e opportunity afforded 
by the Whin* Pass ami Yukon Route to 
■ad scenery end more par- 
ticularly "that to be seen on the Atlin 
ulssiug sometmng they cannot 
y other part of the world. 



DELEGATES WELCOMED — 
TO THE CAPITAL 




The Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 
£ his third strike, 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to llffhl the FIRST STRIKE. "Aa sure 

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S|j i ) vi 1 1 ■■ n,f e icperieni e have Edd Watches 1 thi 

ACME of' PERFECTION. V 

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boards .__ • ; * 

Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents, Victoria and Vancouver 



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erations. The welcome of the Mm- 
Iftcrial body he consld'ered difl 
from either the welcome of the gov- 
ernment or the city. It was more 
iin|eiiltrative. It had arisen, from ■ 
comradeship in arms, and on that* ac- 
couaU-it cmne from their hearts, The 
address of the general ampertnt endeftt 
to the conTerence h:o) foreshadowed 
-msl of grave difficulty, upon the. 
solution of which would dep< ml hot 
alone the int. ■ ■ •> h-in. but 

other and wider Influences. He hoped 
that a spiritual blessing would remain 
as. a result of their visit to Victoria, 

In thanldhg the delegation Dr. Car- 
man said that he rejoiced to partici- 
pate in ministerial hospitalities in the 
glorious city of Victoria, The city had 
a^glorious climate, and as far as he 
could see an abun dance of good 
things. He . Kpressed the hope that 
the greatest strength and prosperity 
would be the portianrof the local Min- 
..il Association. 
The General Superintendency 

Biut little of note was accomplished 
at the regular business proceedings of 
the conference yesterday afternoon. 
The question of the expediency of 
having more than one general super- 
intendent will be considered' by a com- 
a, whidi has, been appointed 
T.he proposal is that there should be 
era! anner lntandegts. oq i 

i Jttlollld be tOcated ill tile. West. 

The following committee has themai- 

ter in hand, .unf will report to the 
■, e ill the course of tin- 
days: Toronto eouf, f ence , 

.1. J. Ferguson. H. A., 1 ' 

llev. w. K. iiagnr. B. A., Cplllng wood; 

laymen, Hoft. Justice SJcjLaren, ,!£». 

'l>., Toronto. Mr. II. L Koverlng, 
t.'oldwater. London RCe, 

Thomas Manhing, D. p., London, u.v 
\\aiicr Rlgsby, Snrnia; laymen, -Mr. 
1 '. E, \>> lor, ] I Mr, .J. C 

i,isiov\ei, Hamilton nee, Hey. 

D, w. snider, Bflora; R^v.^J. s. Ross. 
M \. li. l>. , Hi i niivtT. — latnit'if, " ' Mr: 1 
W'augh; Jylr. Joseph llihsoti. Hay 
of Quinte conference. Rev. W . II. lhns- 
\.ipance. Kes . X. liurwash, H. T. 
|>.. I.I. D c. 10 , 'Toronto; lay- 

Mr. w. -Kitss. l'ori Perry; . Mr. 
f, 10. n'h'iMin, Belleville. Montreal 
confi 1 • fit w'. u. fountf, D, i • , 

eal ; Rev. • 10. K. Hycknian, I). 

D^ ''Tjiijg.stmi; laymen, Mr, \V. II. 

Lnmdly. In ' , Mr. I '. I'\ .lnhn- 

in, Montreal N'ovn 3t ' i&fer- 

I 1 ' . I - I • 
: her i men, Mr. S. A 



ence, Rev. J. H. White, 
W'estmhister; laymen, Mr 
doti, Vancouver. 
> ' Salary Increases 

A resolution was placed before the 
conference moved by the Rev. Dr. s. 
Cleaver, D, D., of Toronto, and sec- 
onded by Mr. J. U. Lake, of Toronto, 
that the general superintendent's sal- 
ary should bfl Increased to $3,000 per 
year and the- salaries of general con- 
ii fence secretaries and editors to 
$L',000 per year with a furnished 
house, allowance In each instance of 
J700, Sneaking to this Mr. N. W. 
iti.iweii, K. <'., of Tprpnto, put up a 
strong pica for a general increase in ! 
salaries. He considered that these 
should lie fixed by the conference. 
Retiring allowance tot cinei executive 
officei-s should be made, TPhe Method 

1st church should m,,i place llsc[l 111 
the position of lOSifig thi valuable as- 
sistance of those who had risen In IW 
tanks through \0.1rs oi experience. 
These tnattere should be consldei 1 d 
iioni the standpoint ol efficiency, The' 

ou, Si ion hod no local apple ,.i ion Two 
cays before the late I U\ S u llietia lid ' 

died the' speaker , had bi en isi ed by 
hint to bring up this question al the \ 
q< \t general confernce. The q'uestlarj 
oi a ne'cesslty tot an Increase of sal- 1 
aries was based on the general in- j 
, r ease in the oosl of living, and in ; 
tins respect those, engaged in mission 
work should le-iit tit li,- person [lj 
had found t ha 1 no appeal to the 1 < 

m I t he aiethodist church cu tied 

more weight than era ttppeal foi rrronoj 
for the carrying da of do ree st te' mis- 
sions. The question of satfary in- 
■ ■ .vwili be left to a committee to 
le named by the nominating commit- 
tee. - 

• i- moriala dealing Svith Sunday ob- 
servance, temperance prohibition and 
moral rel fast days, 

higher criticism ami marriages on 
Indian reserves lerred to the 

m m it tees of the conference 
which deal with and report upon such 
matters. 

The personnel of Various COBI ' 

svas announced, -|-he education 

committee has the Hon. .Justice Mac- 

Lateti, of Toronto, as chairman, and 

Tind. M. A., D. T>.. of 

Wlnnipogj tis secretary. Sunday 

Is committee. Rev. a. c. Crews. 

D. D,, Toronto, chairman; Mr. j. R. 
L Atarr, secretary. Temper 
hthltion and moral reform committee, 
Rev. 8. l' Rose; D.D.. Toronto, chair- 
man: Mr. W". fj. Hunt. Calgary, "sec- 
1 _t.:i Sahbnth 1 oce, Mr. A. 

Shaw, Kii. • eliairmarT; - " MTi , M. S. 

11. M. P., Woodstock, secretary. 

NO START YET ON 
T STREET 




One Pound 
Makes 
200 Cups 



Your 
Grocer 
Sells It 




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Yearly Sale Over 20,000,000 Packages 



"We consider thai the cltj engineer 
Is not Justified in calling for tenders 

for construction of an> portion of this; 
work 01 doing any work thereon what-' 
ever until after arrangement is made 
with the property owners of ftn award 

is made by the arbitrators fixing the 
exact amount oi compensation to be' 
paid, ■.-—..— --,-. 

"The' instructions which you have 
glvi 11 to the engineer to call tor bids 
for this work therefore, cannot be 
complied with but must stand until 

such'time as the ipenaatlon .to "be- 

pu id is deftnlj 1 1 . fixed 

"Tiie engineei inay order on t! 

pTCpeTtJea enumerated In dans, one 
hereof, which have been barred by j 

want of time I -lit no other, and as 
these are hot continuous it would not 
be wi . 1 him to take up the work of 
which' 1b respectively submitt- 
The repoTt was adopted md M 
is Porman and Mr John Dean 
were appointed Eo a-t as valuators for 
the city. 



»** Nanaimo Odd Fellows' Building 

nax \i.\n i, August ti ■!• ■■ ■ 

Bros., of Victoria, have been aw 
the contract 1 rectldn of a Dries: 

block for the Independent Order of 
Odd Fellows of this city. Thw contract 
price is tZd.SMT, and the" contraC 
heating has been awarded to McDonald 
• ' \ ancouvi r, whose con- 
tract was $T\ •;:•". bringing the 
0.1 ■• m building up to $32,000. A 
commencement on the new building is 
made as soon as the present 
wooden structure is removed. The 
block, will be four storeys In 
It will be constructed of brick 
and concrete and -when completed will 
be one of the finest buildings In the 
city. The plans for the new building 
drawn by Alex Forrester, the 
local architect. 




5-L0TS-5 



Only 




Each 



50 x 100 



iree-q uartgrs "f 
tot ieor/gfc Jay 



'hi< is a Good Investment, and 
to Investigate 



a mile ' r ' ,m ,llr Giffi I la!T, close 
School and N.'brTfi \\,uri! I'ark ■ 

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^50 cash, balance $10 -per month 



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Limited , 

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- Phone 1494. 



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LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P. O. Box 363 



We can supply Just what you want in lumber, 
steamed slash, grain fir and the latest* In fron 5 
flush door*! they are beautiful. 



easn and doors, 
doors. Howard's 



COLONIST WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 



Until Question of Compensa- 
tion to be Paid Owners is! 
Settled City Will Not Call 
.for Bids or) Work: | 






PropoBfif owners. iow'-yort' street be- 
tween Douglas street and Cook street, 
who have been anxious that the city 
should .make an early start on the lo- 
cal improvement and street widening 
work will have \i> possess their souls" 
Jhcpatieiic, for sQirte time at lca.it. The 
■ oun, i] recentlj instructed the city, en- 
glnee r te call for I rh ls f ur th g-rTtrnrtTtir-" 



tion of the work but on the advice of 
city solicitor, city engineer and 
city assessor n<>. work will be under- 
taken until the -w hole 'lU'-.stion of roin- 
itlon to i„- paid ownf-rs for the 
wfpropriatlon of property for 
widening purposes is gone Into and 
menta made with each owner 
who put In Claims within the Go <la\*s 
prescribed by the Act. Those, owners 
who did not put In -any claim cannot, 
Hi-- pity solicitor states, claim any 
compprraatlori. 

The report mSdcby the city ori 
Was submitted t-o the city council at 
MoiHlays meeting of that .body. It. 
was as fo llo w s ' ~ * 

"Sirs We I he . undersigned have 



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in . n Ri !■ Inn A M en < ■ in.ferei 
i; i H ilcusiis, M. v , Red I >< 

. n '1 w B Oafiiraft'hJ M 1 < . 
Lethbrldgs. iiritiuh Columbia' oohJCsr- council, 



gone over the chums put in for 

• tlbn for eNi.ro))riatlou of lands 
to b ulla ftl e d und er By- 
law JNo. 892, Hort Slre.-t VVldenlpg, and 
to. report as follows: 
"Nn claims have been received from 
the following: Annie M. Brown, Col- 
bert .Plumbing -V Heating Co., .1, A. 
Saywafd, Ja-s. Doughty, Mary llath'ii- 
tou, Qeo, M- i 'aim. Slit. Casenave, R; 
and D. McKenzie. A. < .;. Howard Potts, 
H. and W. W. Hague, Q. Halford, Geo. 
\V. Anderson, II T. Knott, Amies 
o'K'eeie, J, li. Sanders, alul M. Cane, 
T.-D. V'eltcli and.at. p. 'Clarke,' A. Pe- I 
den and < 'h I' .1. Robinson, [ 

(West .part iui:.i Thoa. l'limlev. Mary 
A. Charles, L. C. Rattray, A. K. Todd. : 
Mary A. Booth, te. -M. Douganl R. H. 
Swlnerton et al., BSd. f. Smitb ,et al., 

lla\ward <v DoddS, W. G. Norris. W. 
H. Harris, Jos. Hardtsty, W Iv Scott, 
R. j;.- ari ■ ' al., Dr. A, Prou t. 
.Martin ,v Barton, Mary |3dwker, D. K. 
( 'atnpbell. Tie- ■• claims are the 
barred under the statute and no conn 
pehsatlon need be paid to any of thorn 
either for 'land* or bullrrrnKH,' 

If. .v. Robertson Is out of— the 
province bf British Columbi a and will 

have until the .u.tb d a y Of Adjust to 
put In his claim. r 

"Uco, Stevens has put letter of 

protest bui no -• 1 1 r i i under 

Rev. j the, Btal i id will therefore be barr- , 

and n0 Compi osation need be i I 

to bliii. 

"i 'apt. .1. l-\ Pal l 
Millau. Tim, . I atteral, \\ I 

tor a> Supply Co.. and Martin & par- 
Jjjn. ns for lot- r>3, Have- put In claims j 
equal to or less i ban the Umou 
shown nn the* estimates submitted 
the . - and the city engineer In I 
their report and we. would therefore | 
-mmend thai their claims 'be uc-'j. 
d as liledc 

"There ore a number of other clatt 
in which the amount asKed for i 

• the amount estimated that 

think it w otiUL.l<e v. Ise thai an el fori 
be made to adjusl I i that thi 

would be within the . 

\s to the balance pi the .claims," 
thej uHxpear to I Ing cpnalderabl.\ 

more thai! the am in 

above mentioned report, and as to 

' '■■■ l»1 paragra ph 

would i ■ i that 

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tloti . ■■ .:...! be • i ated 

thi i 

Imh or props tie 

council m 

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' ' ' ' ' ' ! ' ' " 'e vail in - 

FToiild "or iiplnluiT 

... thi whole period of an i arbl 
i:i ion that ma\ I., dli ei ted b\ the 



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$3,000. $1,000 cash , balance, $25 per month. 
Langford Street — 7-room Cottage and one lot, Co x 130. 

Price,$2,50o. Easy terms given 
S.W. Corner, Stanley and Grant Streets — 7-room modern 

Dwelling : ' n<1 corner lot, stone foundation. Price, $2,600- 

$1,000 cash, balance 1 anil 2 years. 
Albany Street— 5-room House, with large reception hall. 

With tlu-luuisc, a quarter-acre of grotrad, commanding 

nice view. Price, $3,200, $900 cash, balance at 7 per 

cent. 
Cedar Hill Road — 7-rooni House and one lot. Price $2,550 

$650 ca>h, balance $25 per month. 
One Lot, 50 x 123—On Robertson street. Foul Bay, close to 
car line and beach. Price $600. Sioo cash, balance $20 

monthly. 
2 Lots off Oak Bay Avenue— Wilmot Place. Lots are high 
and dry, and only 150 yards from Oak Bay Avenue. $750 
each. Half cash. 



Cambridge Street— One lot, 62>4 x 104, fenced with post 
• and rails. $450 cash will handle this. Price, $1,050. 



Montreal Street— One lot, between Ontario and Michigan. 
59x126. Price $1,000. 

Farm at Metchosin, B. C., of 8o.acres, including a nine-room 
dwelling. 50 acres of this is excellent soil, while balance 
is good pasture. 18 acres under cultivation. Only 15 
minutes from school, church and P. O., and hut five miles 
from Col wood station. Price, on terms, $8,000. 

10 Acres at Gordon Head, with 4-room dwelling. This is 
A 1 fruit land, and only 6 miles from Victoria. Price, on 
terms ' .$4,200 

183 Acres at Sooke, to be sold at $10 per acre. , Terms to 
suit purchaser. 

160 Acres at Fulford Harbor, 5 miles from Sidney, partly 
cultivated, with a log house on property. Price,, on 
terms ••• ..$1,600 



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HEAR DELEGATES F 
THE OLD COUNTRY 



Representatives of BritisJUjand 

Irish Methodism Speak to 

" -the General Confefenee— - 

Eloquent Addresses. Heard 



Tim 
Interval! 



At lust night's' sesfeion of the Method- 
ist Conference, the (Rev. Henry Halgh, 
D D.. ili.> British fraternal delegate to 
this conference, from the Old Land, and 
the Rev. W. H Bracken, of Ireland, «le- 
,1 their addresses.' Both were bril- 
liant pieces of pulpit eloquence, delivered 
1; .1 el 11 • rate and forceful manner 
adore ■ •' *V frequent 
puncl 1 ited with applause. 

When the Rev. Henry Halgh eras In 
troduced to the audience the whole con 
grays i and welcbj 

i,mi with hearty applause. The churcl 
u -, R en '« he'foro'the echefl'. 

]i,, ur . t, and thfv' full 

r ... irr ii, 1 .1 ehoHi of the Metropolitan 
. hurch was In attendance throughout the 

■ iBlnsf. - • . /— 1" 

in Halgh said In pa,rt: "I count my- 

s , if highly hoi 'l tq be here ,ns the. 

, tp r ei ,,,-,■• if the Brit uliat 

, onfei rate at I nfere 

,1,,. m, , rod 1st chui I i lanaila, to he 

ti,,. representative of that august body 
In this augu ■ ■ ■ 

•'T.ii.i 1 ll I I 1 v i- ■ I '" ' '••• 

between us Methpdtata of the Old 
and 1 ou of thl Oreo miry. 

,!,,i foi ' if ■ /< ' ' W« 

g\ and for re|lgi/i all p 

,,, 1, .,t ehe uneet n wor I I 

,,.■ (han the seen, that the spiritual is 

pater than the material.. You neek to 
preach H ind we seek to preach it. 'you 
, ,.,,|, to n- e H and * 6 SGi K to H '* I 

•■Ami thei I tti ' "intnon. no/ 

only for relTgTSn Pal lanse Bi 

,).,.' term, bui i " fo* ' ''" '"' ''' ,i ' 
fhere la » Alffel nee in religion*, and 
,i,., t „ 1 6i v gre tl differi nee, and I is 
Kioiit qyeatlon ItfWhal li the difference 
between the religion 

Sellgton In India 

"I have Itved and labored In tndla for, 
3%, years and had ah Intimate "]'i"irtunif« 

i',,V til udjr of t' Hi Religion 

in tti.iia 1m D gre tl ' hin« Lonjj 
the t ime ef ipheaus, Rome and t Ireet • 
tn e religren of tndia Rinduiafm, was 
,hrh hit; lii'h- 'i- Romi and i Ireei e 
have gone, bill Hlndv till go cm 

,,,w whai la the ■> 

"Thai man m'" 5 ' ^•■'■ k ' i '" 1 '" believed 
nil over India, and In India man l« • < < k 
jriK fiod n Ith •• ; md i cj The 

speaker then apftl i ol the greal d< vo 
tion "f 'he Hindu to Ma God. He < Ited 
nm one laatajiee the case of a inau iw 



once ran across In his travels, who 
with one hand raised above his 
Thus he had held that member for .four- 
teen long years, defying the laws of 
gravity until at 'last' the arm had becojne 
wmentfil to that abno rmal po sition I '• 
up to this curiosity and"a8kedhlm 
for an explanation of what to him 
ieemed a phenomenon. The heathen re- 

t.urteen years ago ),• 
committed an offence... against his God 
with his arm and since that time' he had 
.'sacrificed It to his deity until It wns it,.- 
'possible for him to bring it back again 
to its natural position. This is a sample 
of ' what the religion of India, the re- 
lipton which has man seek his God, in- 
stead of God seeking man, does for the 
individual. 

"But consider Christianity. . What 

it teach? Christianity says, 'God 

seeks man,' and it Is that which makes 

salvation possible, that it is which gives 

ua the riKht to go Into the whole world 

• 1 tpread 'he Gospel of Christ. 

"We not only stand for the Chril 

religion, but we stand for Methodism. 

Methodism Is the . religion of vigorous 

personal experience. Thls.lt has been, 

and a.s long as It continues to be so It 

will live, and when It ceases to be this 

it will die It Is, an experience which 

win enter into the experience of each of 

our lives. 



Thlng« Different 



< . me 

Land 

We 

rreat- 



"ThuM H i«. that we hnve great things 
in common Hut there are also -m;iny 
things which wo fto reit In, Id in common. 
We belong to the Old Land, a land that 
Is tied up wtTh many conventions • 

I'lTyears and cen- 
turies, but you are five. You aro in a 
sense our son, but a son that, has grown 
and achieve4\Power, and there have been 
en to you special' chai ncs, 

strong, robusl and vigorous c'haraoter- 
g, and It la In tliese special chru;acter- 1 

I 1,1' . ..in - I !, .1 •■ •■ i .-,....•.. 

"We haya n genii i lij all that 

you do. But are we not enrichln^- 
at out' ,.,,,.• I havi 

two of my own boys — not my sons, to be. 
mim I,) Work-in this country. i>o you 
wonder, then, that we watch your. course 
.vitii auch solicitous Interest. Your 
loyi are our Joys and your sorrows are 
our sorrows." ' 

Here Di Halgh read mi expression of 
regrel fjrom the Me ti > • uce of 

Qlngland for I ai the late pr 

Bill lit 1 1 <>, d Pari oi i( w ta as follows: 
'The (VeMeyah church gMevea with yop 
In tl,r iQgfl at I •' SUthej l.iti'l.ri innn w ho 

in his general ability i charac-tei waa 

Ilka our own Mr. Riggs, an eceteshfBtlcal 
politician and a sincere Christian brother 

and frienil." 

1 'oiitinuing the npe&ker aald tp&i it 

huh his (iui\ •., speah i" them on. 
■ .. pf ih- ha, hi" nlnga during the past 
few yeare [n England j He said thai 
there are i • >ti i i 1 1 1 ->t us which have bt! 
existing for some rears Which tended 
in have a bt< at 'ii bi i "ti thi- woi It i ; ' 
tin- < !hrlsl ia n i hurph In t hat land. The 
iirsf ope which he rrJentlpned was the 
growing influence and the greater cre- 
dQ»ce which i. r i being placed In the 
scientific discoveriea and revelations 
of the past fow years. Science In all 
her workings is exact, ami Hie timw had 



come when it not only inquired into 
ti,,. material things pj the world at 
la iK". but i,s now investigating the 
ds and teachings of the church 
But the adding of k) 
in no way hindered the effort 
Evangelism^ There had b.-en a grow- 
ing tendency in some parts of the 
civilized, world to place faith in pan- 
theism. ' Panthelgra.Jl'.stroyM the sense 
df /respect, and the Christian .bun 
has no use for-it,— and— will ■ ^Ive 

it, and when pantheism -Is understood, 
that knowledge will destroy the new 
theology. 

Women in India 

Dr. Haigh then referred to the con» 
ditlon of the woman lh India, how 
every girl in that land of -caste must 
be betrothed before, she has arrived at 
the age of ten years, and how mar- 
riage follows at the age of eleven 
years, Just at the time when the young 
girl should be studying her lessons in 
school and playing with dolls, she is 
Introduced to all the cans and the 
troubles and the responsibilities of 
motherhood. And the worst of it all 
is that each >ear thousands of girls 
are practically murdered by this en- 
! premature motherhood He 

■ ... - aeked Tie of these wret- 
ched creatures why then- haul not been 
a" revolt against this .«> ■!• m <>f ,-hlld 

murder, and the answer which ha re- 
i shows again the spirit of the 
religion of India, "Revolt, 1 th« young 
wJfe replied, "wjjo revolt? Why, li la 
Cod who relegates us to this early 
mnrrljfcge." '. .. 

Social Upheaval 



pie of India that there wus no caste in 
Bngland. for this is really another 
term for the community spirit. But 
since his return to the old land he had 
found that the community spirit has 
grown to alarming proportions and the a neighboring state. CnnadiirL-Method- 



tendency is to pinch the Individual. 
It tells men how tip y should vote and 
even how they ahOuld thtiftk-.- This is 
an entirely wrong conception and the 
example of the Right Hon. Thomas 
Kurke, who had the backbone to stand 
. >j against It and say that he had the 
rttfht to the beliefs of his Own con- 
science should be emulated by all. It 
is part of the work of the Methodist 
chunh to encourage the sentiment 
that Our consciences are our qw/T 

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in- Canada was loyal to the core to 
Great Britain. It did not want separ-t 
atlon, did not want to be part ,of a 
minor mvtion, under the dominance of 



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Again coming bnek to the subject of 

ii hapi.it nlugs In EJngland, Dr. 

Haigh said: "Another' thing 1 wish to 

out tonight la the. soolal up- 



strl'.-.lng passions for pleasure which 
ar<- growing in the people of England. 

-'ire is becoming a craze. It 'Is 
becoming a serious menace to our 
country It Is affecting the discipline 
In our homes, aftd parents are abdicat- 
ing their natural God-given authority 
when they allow ' thvlr sons and daugh- 
ters to do as they like* When the dis- 
cipline of the homes becomes loose 
then the nation Is bouVd to dissipate. 

• much 'attention is being paid 
at the present „tWe tt sports* -and 
8 '""•- Is maeu a »l\ ty thousand 
people have been known to attend a 
' ' ill match on an at erpoon, and 
pay their sixpence for adrnlssien, but 
when Suhxiay' comes the same men 
will put on the collection plnie a 

-e penny. This Is destroying bho 
Intellectual hab'lt of the na.lon. Too 
mucH. time is passed In playing and no 
time is left to read the heavier litera- 
ture, and this results in the dlsa-rji 
of • ma n's aaej g i • which 

man has to wrestle are thos ; - which 



ism was true to British Methodism. 

The Irish Delegate 

•ond speaker of th e evening 
the Rev. W. A. Bracken, of IreTandT 
who represented the. Irish conference, 
was introduced by the Hon. Thomas 
Crawford, speaker of the' Ontario legis- 
lature. Mr. Bracken in an eloquent 
address told of the^ present, state 6f 
Irish Methodism and the outlook for 
its future. He believed that the recep- 
tion which had been accorded him Was 
as a representative Irishman an* as 



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Fort Street Lot 

6o x 120, near corner of Quadra and Fort. Price for a jew days 

- $13,500 

Terms: One-third cash, balance i and 2 years equal pay- ',', 
merits, 7 per cent interest. ', 



The speaker then referred to the*, a M e-thodlBt, He was the representa 



1 •! which has been in th ni*>- ot i strengthen his ml 



growth during the last years, This 
two forms. First. t)i" abandon 
of the old ei < in "mo orthodoxy 
: England. Now men at" begli 

1 1 ■ competition is cruel) and 

beginning t,, n troll agalm I II 

Sieti ha ■- been pinching theh rli lis 

b nd 1 ompetltora in order that they 

1 selves might swe}] Into immensa 

rtions, But now; th" Nemesis is 

coming V.nd w hfil ts ffolng ts CSke Itl 

Co-operai ton ts the a n«« sr, 
but. It 1 Me to ha v e qo opei 1 

Hon until the Christian church has 

. Used the 1 p'e and sho\< n them 

Imu Ii is tO he brought about. The 

third uprising Is that of Socialism. In 
England al the present time everyone 

IB I LlkUlg abOUt It and more than that, 

,'. ei 1 one la fearing it. 

"Th" fundamental principle of Brit 
Isri civilisation Is the fact that the in- 

1 ..i 1 acred Thers hfti a 1 n 

certain rights given to use at ou* 
Piri ii. 1 Ighta " hi. h ua * e hi .'ii regis- 

i 1. lav and appreciated ta our 

literature In India we stand facs to 
fact With another problem. There 
1 in- principle Is tb" supremacy of Kha 
community, accompliahed by the aup" 

pressiop Of the individual. The pood 

or the Individual ts sacrificed to the 

good of the c"mmunit>." 

Lit. Haigh Maid that he told- the peo 



Year after year the reports of the 
church have shown a decrease in the 

to- to'iership. Pari lation 

lies In the different system of ' num- 
eration which has, been Introdticed In 

There are' more 
meeting thag formerly and thei are 
nil as well attended. New outalck in- 
terests are laying hold of One younir 
people ai our. country, and demand- 
ing their at^ntlon if they w i B h- I 

on In this world. . __ 

Methodli m in ffing and is crying put 
for a new baptism ■ the Holy spun. 
Tost ards this ^nd 1 he labors . of i 1 

Balard S man of the i- ■ Tains 

of any man In Brigland hn \ 1 bt en • < 
inn, 1. -use assistance He has In trod 
one of the Improvements In the 1 
tiers or teaching Into Uhodisi 

ohurch iii' methods conslsi In golnrf 
straight (" the irreat men of th.- 
try and 1 , Ith them 

the life to come ; hi I 

working a 1 1 1 mendi lin up 
work in the old* land 

a vots ol thanks I I M r, 

Haigh waa moved b Mr. J. A ; 

Aiklns, K. 1'., Unit, i|'K and Bcconded 

h> the ICev. \V. II I 

nee, ( Int. The mover aid tnatl 



tlve of a jcountry In, transition. But 
then the world was in transition. Eyen 
the dead seas of humanity in th- 
were being stirred to their depths. Was 
it any wonder that Ireland, with so 
muoh electric thrill In its system,- 
should be stirred also? It was no 
longer the country of thirty or even 
Bars ago. He could rem. 

when the twinkling rushlight was the 

village 'illuminimt, Today the villages 
lighted by electricity and were 
supplied with l'aris millinery aim. 
soon as London, Tin- Old flays of land- 
lord /(tyranny had gone for ey,-r. The 

n h"u men looked at, each "ther 

over a feme which was Impassible 
had als,, passed away. Rut while there 
were changes of this character there 
were things in Inland whhh did not 
change. It was a country whose 
.■nt was inextricably With 

j.ust. In Dublin generation had suc- 
dee) generation and Bach succeeding 
.mo had He- distinction of speaking 
the purest EngliJh In any city In the 
woi-ht. frrTSojne strange and nnacoount- 
ahie nianmr the, men of today were 

associated with the men of .a thous- 
and J I 0. BOCial itistoms a It 

new legislation was enacted, but, there 
were 'things which could not ive chang- 
ed, at leaSl In ' inland. Iletweeii tl'u; 
two sections of the people, ther, 
a barrier. » m some uaiestiotis they 
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pie. Cretan/] now had' a great nat 
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Tli. -re was a- growing spirit of tol.-r- 

Bbroad in the land 
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LRUTCH 
STREET 

A iFINE 7 ROOM BUNGALOW, 
UP TO DATE 

in every ftspeot and _j»Iped for 
furnace. Tip-top neighborhood. 
Just the home for you. 

Price $5,250 1„ 

Ea»y terms . i 

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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




VICTORIA REAL 




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Overlooking 
Victoria Arm 



Seven-roomed mpdern two storey shingled dwelling 
comparativrlv new, newly graded pemeni sidewalk 
Rooms inclinlc . Vestibule cloak room, Kali; drawing 
room, 1 den , diningrnom. kin-hen, pantry and scnl'n 1 ;. 
down stairs. Three, bedrooms ■with el' \iln\-, cli >-< its, bat 
room, toilet and limn room- Up stairs. Ho#se was we 
built for owner and heated -with, hot air, targe open gtaig 
in dr awing room, stone foundation, large basement with 
stationary ."wailTtuosT hon-e well ventilated and first- 
class plumbing throughout. 

One Block from Cat line 



Telephone 

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SOLE AGENTS 



Valuable Income Bearing Property 

W'c have for sale LherfPfOJjar^jj -lttiatnl on \\\r CQItltZ 0,1 Knrt -Vancouver 

;ind Mears Streets, having a tfofctag? <>\ 66 feet on Fort stivet. and ruirvjing 

through to Mears street. ' During the past two weeks more pn^perty on 

1'nrt street has been, sold ilian in any. other part of t[ie_city. Fort street is 

at present, and always will be, the main thoroughfare leading front the best 

residential part of the town. As soon as t lie proposed improvements as. to 

widening and lighting, are finished, the street- will quickly become one of the. 

main retail streets of Victoria. """... 

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R. S. DAY & B. BOGGS 



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Established 
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620 FORT STREET; VICTORIA". B; C. 



SWJNERTON &.. MUSGRA VE 



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Five-roomed house and good barn. (8 'horses .1. also buggy shed. 
One-third cash, . 
- A first payment of $500 -'will 'handle— 

3 Lots 38" x 145, on Grant Street. Friee $1650, or 



,i >t 50 * [60. Price $3800. 



4 Lots 4^)'~x~i70, on'Stattmnre-Strert: — Pnce^nroo; 



A SNAP! 



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Modern 1 1-2 Storey House 

With full basement, Princess Avenue, near City Park. • For. quick sale, only $2,950. Terms 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



APPLY TO 

COLES & ODDY 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



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Two Nice Lots On Which 
To Build Are: 



P. O. Box 167 



REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 
1205 Broad Street,. Next to Colonist Office 



Telephone 65 



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i Lot 63 x 140^. on C hamberlain Street. Price $750. Terms. 
1 Lot '60. x^i40, on Cowan Street. Prictf~$65o. Terms. 



_„ GREEN & BUR D 1 CK B ROS. 

,' REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 

Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets . Phone' 1518 



'♦ near the new Mill Bay road. 

. Also - several business proper- 



ties In the J3£ii£LJiL311i;' 



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We ' have some good ac reage In . 
email hl<uk8. for gale* at C 
^'ood, on very easy terms 

-r— Several blocks of land on and 



157 acres of good -tend. iaJLJrult. ,, * 
trees bearing. Close to steam.- * 

• ♦ boat, landing. Small house, barn 

* t a n cl stables. An Ideal • spot. ' 



No. t07$— Lot on Montrose 

direct. High, isichtlv; facing *k-lSl I * 

. city. Terms . . V'^V | 

No. "Top— Lot near Hillside. 

nrrh exposure. Ie\ el, 3J*©od ..-,_ v., - -,5 1 



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4 ♦ Telephone 1119. P. O. Drawer T8S. ♦ f AAA V.t.a Str««t 1 i 

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ALBERT TOLLER •& CO. : 

Imperial Bank Chambers. 



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f " *34 m-rrs. near Clayoqaot. With ,, 
water front of excellent sandy 




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Near Fort Street 



Very desirable modern House, on lot^5 ^,150 to a lane in rear.. 

FOR QUICK SALE 

Owner will accept low-price for this week only. Exclusive 
listing — ask to see this property. 



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Lot, Menzles St.. near Sim- .. 

.. ,..$1900 11 

I^arffe lot. Superior St., 60x140, 

- -n«»f govgrnm aat klu-k,. . . $2100" ""i"-' .' 



♦ <> Business lot. «0xl20 - »JEsqulmalt ,', 

road, between Rock ^Bay and «. 

x I-, Point Ellis bridges, price. .$1600 " 



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604- Broughton Street. 



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ouglas Streets, $36,000 I _. J J — J 

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I FORT STREET I \ 

I G0X120 Business corner. . .$13,000 I f. 

60x120 Rev»nue producing. 13,000 i 

60xl'20 Near Blanohard si '. 20,000 ♦ 

60x120 Nearer Blanehird. . 31,000 J 

Esquimau. ♦ 

A l*u»l >»•* corner lot In-a-Ane t 

Ooii, can't be boat $850 ^ 

Kasy terms on -all these. ♦ 



FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE and good lot on .South Turner street. 

Fivr mtnxitPS -w-alkfrntn the post offlee. Price , . $3 ,500 

, .N'.iw riij.i |wr .inniith, will- act-ept l"t as first payment on 

same, balance at $-"• per monJLtuand interest. 

LOT— McPHERSON AVENUE, . 

BUSINESS PROPERTY, mrncr Burdett e and Do 

BUSINESS" PROPERTY, HumhoMt street. <>i>l> Empreaa hotel. .$22,500 i 

SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON DAVIE STREET, new and mod- I 

ern. Price, small cash payment ha I, hy the month ...... .• ..-..$3,150 t 

OAK BAY— ' 'lose to Oak Bay Beach, the swel.lesl residential portion In ♦ 

the city. Lots on easy terms within f>ne lijock' of the Oak' Bay car a 

line and Oak May hotel. Prices from J7.V) to $1,000. Easy terms. ♦ 

RICHARDSON STREET— Beautiful level lots in the Douglas estate, 
just bel'iw Government house. The 

■ speculation as .the fashionable 

towards them, we feel, confident they will -tfe worth ll.&Ofl e % ach- In I t 
ils.. Price, 1,860, on easy te^'ms Sewers past the lots. 

HOLLYWOOD ADDITION -Car runs past the floor, level grassy clear- 
ed- lots wj.thln one block of "the Fotri B ich ;the.se are the cheap- 
est buys In 'the city at $650 each.' Terms, jr.u cash .and the balance 
at $l r> per month. ' ■."'". 




N'o. 97J! — Fine Corner, near Hill- 
side, good soil,, level. Terms. . 

No. 75') — A Sightly Pair, on cor- 
ner Montrose' and I'lackwoi id, 
facing the city ..... . . ...'.- 

Xo, i i ' K j — A Pair on Grahame 

Stree/, level, goorl soil and 

terms ..... : ,. .- ?i 

Xo. 1 097 — A Djoijlrlc- t'ornc.r en 
Grahame. near Hillside, ami 
terms ............... 7 :". . . . 

X0. 1 1 34,5 — A Fine Pair on a cor- 
ner .one hlock from llill>idc. . . 



$600 
$1,100 \ 
$1,350 I 
$1,450 



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T t Phone 1386. P. O. Box ,46ft. 

B,enl Estate Agent. 
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McPIicrson & Fullerlon Bros. 

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Linden Avenue 



♦ ♦ YOU TAr^t; YOUR CHOICE., 

X 1 - — ^-T44€ SAME PRICE - -J 

| | $3500 : 

4 j 12 acres 7 miles out or 40 

+ T acres orj Salt Spring Island 



Caledonian Insurance Company 

The Oldest Scottish Fire Office 

' A. W. JONES, Limited 

General Agents i 



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when i ■■%■;..„. . 

MTo. I, Saanlohton — BO senSs, nnn 

mile .from SManieiitun 1; 

S200 p 

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Wo. 2, SWney — \ and — 10 

Qrjder cultivation 

• • • • - anil mi m.'i-In rn.r.l- I'll... $325 

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no. 3, Sidney— *■ Ae»vs, all In nil-, 
tlvmion. wire fencing, 2 min- 
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6o x 120, next t«v corner, J 

Close 111, VVttll gO(>d I'CV- ♦ r«iced, spleivjid w«ier, house ' : 

cnue. "This 'is the ncsVi'*' ' , l ' ; . , . rli;,!,v !: ' 



The li_JliT' % 8 are all .i^uler 
cultivation, 7 miles from " 

•t'lriii, Ri.nd land, Zf> rin.it t < 



Fiwtr^ffassv Lot with 6oit. frontage, on the above avenue, just 
below ^airfield Road, All modern conveniences, on st,reet ( ; 

phalt roadway, cement sidewatks^and.,!*treet car close to I ! ,' .,' '•";' " , ." ' ^ "." ♦ • '' ; "» f<»r, • shed, a 

tMMlfl Wf i-in'r-nmimr-nil this is-i <mtu\ l»nv .-.t tr.tn ,^n rt ' >UV m.thc block. L Or- * ♦ rhU-hfti Homhos. . Prl.-e .. .$3,500 J 

-iM!i(i. \\ ( tan, reccuTirnejifj tnur ,, a s a geaq uu> -at $1450^ on ^ ♦, - •',/,,. . Cl _,,,.„, ■ I tu<- salt Sprins inland prnp«rty ! 

terms. __, I ♦ - ner is held-at M, n .O(X). ♦. j ,,,- ,,„ .„.,., , !s h!ls , , „ n [ )ri . 1 nll . 

Z2 "4 i' ' » ' ' t ' 1lvalion - -ltd irifti tr< 

•WILLIAM MONTEITH price -, t ■ ffi».*r&^ u,, i;^ ISSJ 

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Real Estate, Loans, Insurance 



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Beautiful Site ! 



Comprjsing aboul 1 | 
wood" property on Mo 
avenue Pwo tennis courti 
fine old oak tn • 



acres oeing.part 01 
between Fori an 
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GARDNEB «« A » l*V CO. 

Khpne 1987. 



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| Do You Want a Cheap Home? If So, Let Us Show You These 

I > .,, 6-roomed house,' on Vlnlnp; street, eTl modern. "This house is as-- 

p,l for $:i,(KMi"tfnn nil we' are asking is | .1.1 00. A v ery small 

pnyn ■ -ii wJJii sectire t.. M i- ; one block frnm tt^ proposed 

High Se.li.;.. • p ■ , 

(r.li Amphron f';..-.,.. ,j t BBy', (5-roomed house on n \/>rv lnrjre int. 

«....<! "i and all modern convenience*. \Vo ran spii jrou f "•'■ 

nns- .n |190> Siil. init us the best terms you can. 

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Terms $4,oe>d ca-h. 
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W. J. Cn', Capital Morcantll« Agency, * 



'Phone 239-1' 



Royal Realty Company 




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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 




VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Wednesday, August 17, 1910, 




By Government Wirele«» 



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The wholesale distributors for went- 
ern Canada of Mathleu's Nervine Pow- 
ders, and also of Mathleu's Syrup of 
Tar and Cod Liver Oil, the great rem- 
edy for Coughs, are 

Foley Bros, Larson & Co. 



Winnipeg 1 . 



Edmonton. 



Vancouver 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

LfHvinK Vlotoria at I a. m .Aug. 

Itumers QI'KI'.N OB CtRjT OF P.LbBLA 
THROUGH SERVICE) 
Le»V« Seattle 10...a« m.. ateamer GOV- 
KHNOR OR PRESIDENT. Aug. 1». S«. 

For Southeastern Alaska. COTTAUE. CITT 
or CITY OF SEATTLE Kavea Seattle j i 
m., Aug 13 11. - v - „_, , M7 

TICKET" AND ' FREiOH T* Ol I ■ I.T-H17 
Wharf Bti«et, Phone 4. 

R. P. RITUET & CO., Ltd., Agr-nts. 
C. D. DUXANN, Gen.. Passenger Agent. 

112 Market St., San Francisco 
For runner information obtain folder. 



Unfortunate Trippers of Last 
Tuesday Who Intended 
Making This City on Chip- 
pewa Given Free Ride 



STEAMER IROQUOIS 

BROUGHT THEM OVER 




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On the Seattle-Port Townsend-Vlcto- 
rla Route withdrawn until further no- 
tice. 



Mr, Joshua. Green Sends Ves- 
sel to Bellmgham on Short 
Notice and, Gets 777 Pas- 
sengers to Come 



JAMES McARTHTTB, Agent. 
Phone 2364. S24 Wharf Street. 



Seven hundi 4 nty-severi 

Bellinghamites visited Uiis city yester- 
day as the personal guests' of the in- 
ternational Steamship company--<thQ 
trip being given gratis* to the entire 
company of excursionists who last 

end 
on Lopaz Island owing to the strand- 
ing -of the steamer Chippewa thei 
sti id "ol making their intended visit 
a city. Feeling !!■■ .ointment 

Of the passengers. Mr. Joshu 

iger of the line run to 
to that port on short notice yesterday 
morning and thrfew the ri to 
these unfortunate^ trippers of yester- 
The stated number out of 
the S'OO availed themselves of the op- 
portunity. , 

This is probably the. first Instance^ on 
record where 'excursionists have been 
given an absolute, free passage to or 
from this city. The Iroquois took the 
excursionists back, salting from here 
at 6 p. BJ. last evening. 
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MARINE COINCIDENCE 



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8 a. m. 

Point' Grey.— Clear; 
thick seaward; 30.17; 62. 
v CapjB Lazo.— Clear; N. 

30.ir. . 57; sea smooth. 

Tatoosh.— 'Kog; B. .2 miles; 
30.21; 

Triangle.— Foggy; . N. W. in. 
29.88; 48; spoke Inaba Miiru 8 
p. m.'i Nit.. 49.19; long., 133. is, 
eastiioiind, due victoria Wed- 
nesday morning; Riverside, at 
nt B p. n£, northbound, at 
storm island. 

1'achena. — Fog; S. 85. i 29.54; 
light swell; Spoke Tees at Reil- 

ii'. >w, 8.16. a. m., westbound. 

JOstevan.- Clear; calm; 30.52; 
51; sea smooth. 

Prince Unpen. Drissitng ; 
calm; 29.49; S3; sea smooth; 
in. cits ..i" Seattle, 7.15 p. m. 

I keda.— Cloudy; calm; sea 
smooth; 30.30; 55. 
* Noon 

Triangle.— Foggy; ~S. 3 miles; 
30.20; <62; in. Tlveston. 8.15 
a, m. 

Estevan.— Clear; calm; 30.09; 
sea smooth; spoke Quadra an- 
chored, at Vargas island, 10.30 
a. m. 

Prince Rupert. — Misty; calm; 
29.50; 54; sea smooth; spoke 
o.30 a. m... south- 
bound, at Dixon Entrance, pass- 
in at 10 a. m. 

Ikeda— Clear; calm; 30,28; 
Amur out 12 p. m. 

Triangle.— Fog; N T . W. 15 
miles-, 29.64: 52; spoke Prince 
George 11.3Q->-a.-ra., at Ivory 
island, southbound. 

Pachena. — Foggy; S. E.; 
30.29; 60; light swell; Tees ar- 
rived Carmanah 11.45 a. m. 
• 6 p. m. 

Point Grey.— Cloudy; calm; 

in 71- 




RELIEVE C. P. BOATS 



nternational S, S, Company's 
Boat Will. Take Lay-Over 
D'ay of Princess Charlotte- 
No Vancouver Boat Today 



Everyone Seems 

To Be Taking 

"Fruit-A-Tives" 



Supplementing the service of the 
Princess charlotte and the princess 
Victoria, the steamer Iroquois ol the 
International Steamship company, will 
operate between tins port and Seattle 
on Thursdays during the m onths of 

Auglisl an. I S.-pt. Hilar I no'. '"'-' 

si.,- win i take the 'run 

from S< attle to \ ahi • " • i the night 
previous (Wednesday), returning to 
Seattle, so thai there will be no boat 

"from Vancouver . Thin i. R- '".. 

and no -tract sailing to that city from 
here at 2.15 p. m until 

further notice. This takes effect today 
The' Iroquois salts at 5 p. m. lot ^c: 
attle Thursday and Is due here about 
2 p. m. ' . 



Oemanl Always Increas'n] 
Because "FRUIT-A-nVES" Cures 

The real value 0,1 any article may be ' 
judged DJ the demand for it. Steadily 
Increasing sales are the surest indica- 

i ipa .,1 [ntrlhsic merit Tins applies to 

a medicine as weD as to a breakfast 
food. 

First" Introd uced to the public in Ot- 
tawa, the lame Ol "Fruit-a-liccs" 
quickly spread until today these' fruit 
Juice tablets are knosvn and used, in 
every section of the Dominion. 

The only reason for this extraordin- 
ary demand Is thai "r'niit-a-tivcs" is 
the only medicine blithe world made 
of 'fruit, and is the only remedy thai 
will positively cur.- Constipation, BH- 

ii.usn.ss, indigestion; Dyspepsia, nack- 
ache, Headache, Neuralgia, Kheuma- 

tism. Ula.l.i-r an. I Kid.'. J TrouW.'S. 

On* has onlj to read the testi monials 
given to ••Fruit-a-tiv£S". by some of 
the,., best known and most highly es- 
teemed people ol i !anada, to e i 
the wonderful amount ol gnod thai Efcjfl 
grand truil rn< bas done and Is 

: the sick and aufferipg. 
■a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box, 
«w — At doalitfa^ox,Bjmt^jAB,tpaid, pn 
receipt ol prlfif by Fruit-a-tives. Lim- 



CANAD1AN 



TRAINS r«on VABCOUVI1. 

9;00 a. m. ..Express for Winnipeg 

and Montreal. 

5 p. m Express for St. Paul 

^7:30 p. rn... Express for Winnipeg 

and Montreal. ^ 

»ISAltSWU?l TIOM VICTORIA 
TO VANCOUVER 

/ 2:15 p m. Daily except Wednesday 
11:45 p. m .Dally 

TO SEATTLE. 

5 p. m Dally 

TO KiHAIMO. 

6 a. m ,...Fs-eiy Tuesday 

TO UNION AND OOMOZ, 

6:00 a. m I'Jsery Tuesday 



EXCURSION TO 
VANCOUVER 



52.71 



TO ALASKA. 

11 p. ni AuKUst 19 and 2« 

" Ariif every FHtlay thereafter. 

TO PRINCE SWEET. 

11 p. m • .August 19 and 26 

And every Friday thereafter. 

TO POST BSSINOTON, 0KEBNA 

BIVBB AID QUEEN OKAS 

LOTTE iSLiHDl. 

11 p. m Aug. 22. Sept. 5-19 

LOOOZMO CAMPS AMU mi VERS 
INLET. 

*12 Midnight .Every Monday 

TO CHINA AND JAPAN. 

Empress Ol India August' 17 

10m press of Japan . ,'. .Sept. 7 

TO AUSTRALIA AND NEW 
ZEALAND. 

Zealandla (new) Sept. 9 

Maruinu, '.October- 7 

For' the Vancouver exhibition tickets 

win be sold $2.7(i return, good going 
from AufiiiM cth to August 18th; re- 
tuxnlng until August 21st 



UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THERE WILL BE NO BOAT. TO VAW- 
CO UVEA AT 3:15 P- »¥« WBDNB»DAYS. 

For further particulars 'apply to"" *■• °- ohetham, 

lie- Gpvernmenl Streel City Passenger igent 



Through tickets and through bills of 

lading are now- issued from Fuget 

rid and British Columbia ports to 

n. B. C. Dawson. Y. T. and Faln- 

ka. Connections made at 

ekagwav with our "TJaily " trains. at 

While Horse and Caribou with our 

river and lake steamers and at Dawson 

with steamers for points on the tower 

Yukon river 



'ur further '""irifdfmaUojf? apply, " 
TKAFFIC DEPARTMENT W. P. & T. R. 

Winch Building. /Vancouver. B. C. 



Union S.1 Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. . 

Direct Semico Between Vancouver and 

/STEWART 

The favorlta passenger steamer 

/ 4< Camosun ,, 

leaves Vancouver every "Wedries. 9 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rupert every Frl. afternoon , 
Arrives Stewart everj Sp.tur. afternoon! 
Leaven Stewart every Saturday 6 p.m. j 
Leaves Prince Kupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a ni 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164. 



Wreck of the James Rolph Lies Di- 
rectly Abos/e ar.'J Acros3 That 
of Bctish Ship Dumbarton 

The wreck of the schooner James 
Rolph August 2 on Point San Pedro 
ght out one of the .most re- 
,ble marine coincidences on 
I. According to Captain. T. P. H. 
Whitelaw, who has , been engaged in 
stripping the Rolph of her tackle and 
apparel, the vessel lies directly n-bave 
and across the bones of the British 
ship Drumburton, which went ashore 
in the same place six <Q. The 

Drumburton sailed from San Francisco 
i ember :!. 1904, arid at 6.30 In the 
evening of the same day" driited down" 
on Point San Pedro during a dense fog 
and after a few iurTfertual attempt* 
wea r e'*"nTa''iTe'^W"''hTnTl~hT'r-nftr was -abah- 
doned and left to her fate. It has been 
discovered during the attempts tn haul 
the Rolph off the rocks that she had 
drift* " the Drumburton in such 

a manner' that the iron ribs of the old 
vessel had taken a firm grip upon the 



bar., 30.11; temp, 71. sea ♦ 

-♦- smooth; in, 3 masted steamer ♦ 

♦ with funnel .marked c. y. jj|. D. ♦ 

♦ Cape LaZo.-rClear; calm; ■*■ 

♦ bar., 30.11; temp., 54; sea . + 

♦ smooth; spoke steamier Prince ♦ 

♦ Rupert in Johnstone Strait ♦ 

♦ northbound— ♦ 

♦ Triangle.— Foggy; |N. W. ♦ 

♦ wind;, bar., 30.11; temp.. 51; ♦ 

♦ sea smooth; no shipping. * ♦ 

♦ Pzin.ce Rupert, t- Westerly ♦ 

♦ wind; bar.. 30.05; temp.. 56; •* 
**: pea smooth; spoke City ol Seat- ♦' 

♦ tie.;, off Hodgeson island south- ;♦ 

♦ bound, ♦ 
-*— > — gliodtt . Cl e ar i . c al m; ■ — ba«n — *. 



WIRELESS 
FOG 



FORCES 
HORN TO WORK 



Such Was the Experience of the Mas- 
ter of the Steamer Senator Which 
Just Returned Frorfi Nome 



resent plans of the Canadin 
eitic company can be put into 
Ing, .the steamer Princ trice, now 

on the N or th er n British Columbi 
mav be withdrawn and run in o«n«ec- 
tion with the Pr '' "" the 

Skagway rtin. 'Commencing next Satur- 
aight from Vancouver. 
It is found necessary to put thi« 
boat into service owing to the great 
amount ol-nortbei'ij travel and lie 
amount of freight to be taken to Daw- 
son before the.'clpse' ■«* 'navigatio-n. The 
Beatrice will flll the place made va- 
cant "by the Princess May. 



30.05; temp., 67; sea smooth. 

♦ Estevan. — Clear; calm; bar., 

♦ 30.05; temp., 56; sea smooth; 

♦ Inaba Maru eastbound 4 p. m. 

♦ Pachena. — Cloudy; foggy; 

♦ bar.., 30.11; temp.. 67; sea 

♦ smooth; Tees westbound, 12 

♦ p, m. . 

-♦- Tatoosh. — Foggj v ; S. E. wind; 

♦ bar., 30.11: temp., 67; sea 
■♦: 'smooth; no shipping. 

♦ 



PRINCESS BEATRICE ' 

MAY GO TO SKAGWAY 



— . — ! — i — ' ■ ~ 

_ 

of the Waierhouse 
.'allan run. 
Sjiitiiead is a sister ship to the 
hich also has been charter- 
ed ■ bv the Wat.-rhouse company and 
is w«l known on the I'.tclflc coast. 
The Spithead is now on her-w*y from 
with '7,500 tons of sugar from 
h Island. iiw new charter 
coram mber 5. 1 

■ Vancouver and 

attic proceeding to San Fran- 

t,. start on the mall run Sep- 
Tbe Spithead belongs to 
Shipping company, limits, 
ol Glasgow, and is. 401 feet long with 
a beam ol 66 and tli?pth of 28 feet. 
She is 4,t;:t7 tons gnosSk. ;" lJ 2,993 net 
register and was built by the London 
and c la sgow Engineering company in 
U99. 



S. S. VADSO 

WILL SAIL FOR 

Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart 



ON 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 18th 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yates Street * . Phone 1925 



—Inekided with these/ four superb 
Dreadnoughts will be appropriations 'to 

replace two old battleships just^pid 
to Turkey, which under the regular 
naval programme would not be asked 
for before the autumn .of l'Ml. 
many will thereby "gain u Bri- 

tain In supremacy with dreadnought 
construction, having two of- the latest 
developed type of modern battleships 
laid down and 'conseqiicntly construct- 
ed one year sooner than the original 
published programme contemplated. 



Canadian Pacific Northern Steamer 

May Take May's Place pn Sksg- 
.■ way Run -for a- F e w T ri ps n ' 



woPderr, sld^s 61 the Schooner as if in 
resolve to have company in the watr 
ery grave. No further attempt will be 



Capt. Colin J.. Hannah, master of the 
steamship Senator, . has discovered 
what he regards as a. new and valuable 
field for the use of wireless sers 
in forcing the fog- horns to sound 
when foge are. on. He, improved the 
first opportunity for a trial w.h'ile pro- 
ceeding inward pasf_Cap« Flattery at 
s late hour Sunday ni«ht with the 
Senator, and pronounces the idea ol a 
communication' with aids to navigation 
as a departure from old-time method* 
tHat he insists should not be 
looked. 



ma' dS" ' I ' d" sa v e i\ m ^rrh^rrr^nrh-raTe--btmca- 
of the two- vessels will He In such a 
position aa to form an almost perfect 
cross. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



— — 19— 




S.S. "Goilege Widow" 

Leaves the G. T". P. wharf on 

Monday and Thursday 

at 7.20 a. m. 

on Excursion to Gulf Islands 

arriving back at Victoria at 
8.30 p. m. 



Round Trip 



$1.50 



Round Trip 



Tuesday and Friday 7.30 a. m. 
ia'. tu aad oi bet Islands, 
Leaving Wayne for Victoria 
Wednesday and , Saturday e.t 7 
a. m. See official time card. 

Fr''1prbt a. .-epte.1 



Esq uimau & M anaimo Railway Co. 

LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualioum Beach^, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply- to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. ii . Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



rontendlrig agalhsfa'. heavy, log bank 
that had enshrouded ,the Senator for 
several /hundred miles of the ending 
-OT , ~ th g--s t r i rrms-h'tTrs-, r u n tim** — ?r»»»«r 
Capt. Hannah reckoned his position 
•clos. Flattery. His figures 

seemed somewhat disconcerting- inas- 
much as no signal from the big gaso- 
line fog horn OB Tatoosh island could 
be i ; > sure, however, was, be of 

the navigation that the wireless ser- 
..f the ship whs requisitioned to 
.inty. AUer an exchange 
inuni.atious had been . made be-. 
tween the— 0»val Station at Tatoosh 
and the ship a request from the Sena- 

..nATr*o^ftrtrad the I 

ant. n otea of the big alren sprea ding 

^JSToVer the entrance: to. the Straits- of 

t. The aid thus given permitted, 

the steajne.f to proceed onward toward 

Fuget Sound without a lessened speed. 

. — ! r- *" 

Brought Insane Man 

The steamer Cassiar, of the IJnlon 
Steamship company, arrived at 
rouver last night from northern B. C. 
ports, sne brought down F. - Donelly, of 
Surge Narrows, who has gone, insane 
following exposure in a boat. Constable 
Luss, of Win Auilii, svas in charge' of 
the man. The Cassiar also brought In 
the body of J. WacJDonald who was 
killed in a logging camp at Herlot Bay 
by a tree falling on him, 



■ Maru This Afternoon., 
According to report last night it is 
probable that the Nippon Yusen liner 
Inaba Maru will not dock until this 

a: ternoonl 

« — ' 

Princess Ena at Vancouver 
The big C.P.R. freighter Princess 
Ena Is loading machinery at Vancou- , 
.ir o r for the CBn Q ^ tn " WlnndtV n Mln iA*-: 
company, Dawson. She will clear 
for Skagway, later in the week. 

■ "'- — L =_♦ — 

Those Going to Rupert. 
In addition to those .mentioned go- 
ing north on the steamer Prince 
George*tomorrow night are the fol- 
ng: ' Mrs. and Miss Wilkerson, 
Ut&. H. H. Clark, Mr. A. C, Aldous, 

and.-Stisi H. Polling. 

i^ . t 

■- Will Illuminate Walks 

Work was begun yesterday and will' 

be completed today .for the stringing 

of electric lights from the foot of 

Rroughton street to the plan k of the. 



The German naval budget for thi 
year also will authorize re-construc- 
tion of two Bmall cruiser-: and 6 tor- 
pedo boats, and will contain an ap- 
propriation of $3,750,000 for submarine 
boats. 

-• 

VANCOUVER, Aug. 16— At the. 
meeting of the board of school trus- 
here tonight, John R. Pollock, principal 
of South Park School, Victoria, was 
olnted to ther -teaching staff of the 
city schools. 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

FOR PRINCK KUPERT. STF.WAUT, QURF.N' CHARLOTTE ISLANDS. 

Via ■ Vancouver 

S.S. PRINCE RUPERT - 3,500 Tons - S.S. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBLE WEEKLY SAILINGS 
EVERY MONDAY, 10 a- m. ' | EVEKY EKIDAY, 10 a, a. 

FOB SEATTLE AT MIDNI&HT 
" HVEKY SATURDAY EVEH.Y WEDNESDAY 

EETUmiHU Leave Seattlo on Sundays and Thursdays at Midnight. 

ITot, — s. S. Prince George will leave Seattle for Victoria, . Thursday, 
August 18th, at ?2 p. m. Instead of mldnipht. Leave Victoria Cfor Prince 
Rupert only) August 18th. about midnight instead of August. 19th at 10 
h. m. ■ , ' ,''.'•■■,.■''■' y-. 



iM-tw»'H"ii nwc».» — yi — »..v , ,r . —"- j~- l > •' 

<5. T. P. ooat Prince (ieorge, which is 

to take Sir Wilfrid Laurier and party 

I this port tomorrow night T 



"wTdT'.5F'TrrTr;7m"'"Tm^"'ytTrr^- d o wn the 
t'ov.rnmenntriveway' tp the Dominion 
wharf and thence to the G.T.P. pier. 

— , ■ , ■■ ■•♦ ; — ; ■ 

Aymeric Bringing Valuable Cargo. 

■ of the largest and most valu- 
able cargoes to be brought b>- a Weir 
liner from the Orient 'is now on its 

to this coast per the liner Ay- 
which left Yokohama Thursday- 
bound for this port. She has 3,500 
tons of local freight for British Col- 
umbia ports and 1,200 t ons which Is 
destined for transportation overland 
from Vancouver. • The vessel. also-Js 
rarrying ••■ -<. of cargo to J?e sent 

overt; various destinations in 

the tin i ted States. One large item in 
bet bold of 900 bales of silk 

valued at $450,000.- ' 



INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK ROUTE 

Reaches All Points in 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New York and South and East 
w~~- Y la Any ^ lou ! te - 

nest roadbeds-modern and luxurious trains. For information as to 
fsfereTc^S^r folder* and parUculars re Grand Trunk Pacific points 
nppU-', at temporary office, G. T, P. dockH«*af^ Street, .rear of Post 

■ Of f ice — W r ite or teleph o ne: , __ — f ^ _ .^^_^. 

W. E. DUPEROW. . Telephone 2431 HAROLD BROWN 

1 '.'. P. & T. A". Dock and Freight Agent O. T. P. S. a. 

General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines. 




Canadian Northern 

STEAMSHIPS LIMITED 



ST. LAWRENCE-BRISTOL 
ROUTE 



Magnificently Appointed — V%%\ 
Turbine Stearaon 



R 



OYAL EDWARD 
OYAL GEORGE 



18,000 HORSEPOWER 

LESS THAN SIX DAYS TROM 

PORT TO PORT. 



truii Inform 
to c I Blaekfl i. General 

I D. < City Ps i 

Agent, i P i' ''• K Stephen, 
u. ,\ it-, or w. i i ip« rov 
c T. a.. G r a nd Tnu.|k Pacific. 



Subscribe for THI COLONIST 




, For Australian, Run.' 
The British steamer Spithead now 
on the way to this port "will Join the. 



GERMANY'S- NAVY 



Bill to Be Submitted to Reichstag Will 
Provide For Substantial 

Addition ■' 

BERLIN, Aug. 16.— The government 
naval bill to 'be considered before the 
relchstag this August will ask for an 
appropriation to build 'three battle- 
ships and a battleship cruiser, accord- 
~ iiig to an article published today by 
c,unt ReveatloW, the German expert 
naval, editor of -the, Deutsche 
Tages 7-eitung 







They will NOT telescope 
They will NOT splinter 
They will NOT burn 

Tkey have solved 

the problem of protection 

for passengers 

•" GO EAST IN THEM 



OVER THE 



These Initials 
Printed In Red On The Bag 

Buy all your breakfast oats the B & K way. Insist on-seeing these * 
initials printed in red on the bag, then you are sure t_hat the oats 
nrc of the finest quality, contain DO hulls, arc less fibrous' and taste 
far more delicious. Besides, B&K Rolled Oats are much cheaper. 



PRI N J lO .INJ-BCD. ON THE .B^- 



B&K 



ROLLED OATS 

are oats in tlwir besi form Mikr fine mealw^orridj 

'. . ri . rdingly nutritious and easily outclass cwry other 
cereal for flavor. Test it -- buy a bag to-day at 
your grocer's. 



The Brackmaa- 
Ker Milling Co. 

- Limited 



Victoria, 
We»tmin»ter, 
VaBcatSvwr, Ro»»lnnd 
NeUon, Strathcona. 

Caluary. 





Oregon &? Washington 

"D^.l-^X' J LINE OF THE 

r\.aiiroaa shasta limited 
O. R. 6? N.,0. S- L. and Union Pacific 



1 



jm 



Notice to Contractors and Builders 



oyal Bay Sand 
Gravel Co. 



PITS AT ROYAL BAY, ESQUIMALT' 

furnish W L-'-and J traded Sand 

and 'Gravel oj i-.- ei j E>esci n 

! ■ t Prices Quatt 'I foi ' ' 'ics 



P. O. Box 762 



Victoria 



7, ' •■ " " ' ' ,' ™ l^ ' f^^'^tr^ rypvy 



V. 



/ 



Wednsadsy, August 17, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



(5 



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ayor G, D, Hastings, ' of 
Guelph, Tells How Reve- 
nue Has.- Been ' Increased 
By Municipal Ownership 



- . ,,!f 



Miiyoi; Mmln.i. <ii-vii|.n<l it ohhli ali.u.i;- 
•ill.'' die latter ill Muluiay'.i nil «i iny nf 

the oitj council, an;* at toe e'o'h'oTusTon 
of (h eating briefly addressed Un- 

rounril mi ih<- experiences nf the ru y nf 
QuglpJl Willi irtOnlclpill oWnci ship lie 

wa*i iiihIi-ioiI a ...u- ui' thanks by tlie 
boai-d, 

COLONIZATION SCHEME 



SWEET 
CIGARETTES 




33= 




No better Cigarette the 
world over than 



Sweet Caporal 



"The purest form in which 
tobacco can be smoked. " 



<z*£c**i£>e/~. 




* 




. 




i.,i ,i .,i $ ■ : ,p00 i qv a fit i own irnin- 
... _. - . tern, iiini for the nasi 1 1 • ■ eai 
m ' i; ia paifl for Us operation. Tjie • l< ■ 
1 1 ,, i, x ii, and gas plani t>i the «jl 
purchased bj us kit flind u half sai ■ 
,>,;,, si p. .- thai i line we Irav* redui ed 

in. . pjrj f gas b> rlf.l pei cen.1 \' i 

have - educed th'i p I • • ■ trie light 

from, it i" '•! eexiH pei kilowatl !••• 

■ ■ tobb ' ii'" plants in trw 

ibelr i ei » - 1 1 ii*- ■•' i 1 1 r v ear. i n 

■ •• of n lui yon w lilch we have 

,...■■•. U 

the ri • i ear It i ' •■"•.!',', ''{_.t 

total of $98,000, or ft total profit stter 
paying the lnt< est* 
131,000 77. 

"In addition io ih" above utilities thfl 
owns. fourteen miles of railroad, 
i the Out* Junction Kuilroml. 'riu.-ej-.tiniii .1 in .: 
was imiit by the ''lis- at .i coat of 

■ mi. aii operating leaai 
tng o\ ••!■ '.>:. j ears - tAvpQ to Ut« 
, ' :• i; that lailroinl u-lurir... 

city in pei cent, of'tn*. pros* 
'riiis in per I'i'iii. past yeai urnotip-tl 
♦ifMHffi. 




M 

t.i 

...,L1' 



Mexico's Centennial 

ii. PAJBOi Tmta . Auk. 18 The 

cxi'-.in >,*o\ I'.ninn'Mt has sent :i initl- 
ry band of forty-eis'lit p i Ju- 
rfv-om M vii t h fi — Rio — Giiixiili: 



aJiout sixty in number, \%: i 11 
tor Mexico i " i t > 
about September 1st ... 



United Mine Workers 



Btampedi tin' debate for ah endora*- 
mont at th" [ll|uoia striko. aa was pre- 
dicted by many. , Mr. Mitchell, after 
his few, worda iiii^ morning When ha 



TT-fnmmt-tTr-ttrk-i — :i- ■ < ■■• , tt m i tl ir--p liHfnr ttt 

book no pari ni th.' proceedings. 



Thf> value of ; municipal ownership af 
public utilities "ptwjMU n -"i mini . i • n u 
i eeel pes b s\ rfkJns > fthiple In ihi ■ 

of i luelpti ' mi. if i" • b in -i 

1 1. Hastings, ha a,i pn bc d vim l to 

i ,;!-• citj i hielplj '- know li a the i i 
r.iw pr i -aiKiiia" as far --is mun ii 

i,\\ n.-'i . lp urn '• Sp< irkiuu "I I In 

irt wim-ii iif Kniili-n iii" oH .<■ deal mm- . 

M ■■ • ir H [a • Ii 

"\\ ,. o^ ii our "« I' vfaterworki , tin ne( 
profit from whii 



Ajfnong the Rrrtt'ala aTTTi" EiiTpTolJS 

Hotel J " ti Tila.v was u |»;i 11 > ni' ilis- 

tingulshed V / BngHabrnen, Mr. Norton 
| .i-iii uh . ./ millionaire railroad buflTi- 

'•r ani ; l memb e r of. the tmprri.il 1 1 ■ • ' i h • ■ 
"i i 'omtnona; tha Ban ol I iunmore, 
\'. C., .iii.I Mi- ll.;irr>' lliill.iin, a wi.ll 
know n I '.ridsli Journalist and i inajaCii i 
After .i i.ri.-i BtaJ m thiw fiU flie) 

v. ill in .1 north I'd i 'oin..\ b? auto 

Mini" i hence tq Prim e Ituprri. i eturnlng 
.,, , ;,|/,riir"Mi!"'-.nnv ol ih. i;. T, P; ;arr| 
irp— tin- SKiiMia tO l'"il iii'ni:;i .iii.l 

tlii ough Hi-- yellov#r!pad puss to ,Bid- 
iii.'uh'ii. purlng Hi. trip un iiri'" 
i Ion will i» made oj l.m.is ,,a \ allablc 
faar i be eajrry in^. mn ol i be colohixa - 
i inn schemi w Web' M r. unffiius haa 

titnli-r <x:t\. n 'Timnm uh.-ri'll.v large 

number .>i suitable people from the 

Old ('..iiini" will be broughi "in to 
this pmintrj and ■"'aptttail' ...apuix . I , i n ,.i 



"A ii vv 1 1 :. the e* cep- 

ttou of Ho- ra.ill'oail. an- admit 

nlsstoners, The .umi. aftan* 

purchasing -•••-■ ial of thein. that Ii v 

impossilili- loi them tb be run sails; 
.. lordly liy IIm i. mm.il Dnpald i;onimis- 
siri ppoufltbd, num 01 

' nullum and proliil.v In Hi. 

•pin- city i onffdenc • 

men, and! •'< proof" o>f their ability is. 

l'oiihi'oniiiM; in tlio-'fa..! thai no ihai 

have been madfl in t'l"- penaonnei of any 

,,i' the eonii aBtoiOe ttoelr aptlblnt- 

mmil. „ 

aplcd widi ■ 0Uelph 

1m -1 lie only City )h Canaila wlili-h owns 
prartically all its i.mlil 

d of having the low- 
tte In the. Dominion. -Tbi 
rate in MH>2 was ji initi-'.m ( • 

-, I I mill.-, hi I'lm.. I [$ mills. In 

■ ar future it will be (en millf, ami 

l botleve ; i." nitimtc to 

■tt f »i |ipnpii 4 » . 



pioMpoi' •aS;"Tn'BT — II Hv r ". ■br 

ihat »• " ' ' •! it will 

be pi ad l< -tii^ ' nil . , 

i. papulation of 'i .- lp ! -'"i 

" £r"«n"*toc»l"'a"Q 

lorios 'gai la'r'go B>m«-r — 

i....|y of lain ' of these 

s .Nov rlty 

a, ml l; .npjovltH: 



Bell iii-fini-iiiiil Piano rorrrpTTIit'TC'omoi Treamcry. per lb. 



n.ii. i Rett big Mut'ii i <■ 

.l»i' pl.mi ' "^ In. ni" ••!' 

tgricultural 

.iii.I Mac - 

donahl. Institute, visited |ffj 

fro'in all pails of the world. It lin- mi 

excelie 

of pa,ved sldewaik« and Rood' P"ave$| 

roads, it assessable amounts 

to $7.noil ; .<niii: based On "a Vt-rv low valu- 



re< ..ill' inn u.i ii .i .i I,, h. i p ■! . ha ■ d; 

Some i 10, i aorei "n i he praii U 

and 1 1". ui I'l.'Min ..,■!,- .. trull lands 
in the ( >k.i naga n dial rice ha v e be^n 
tecuredj Mr. humi ht w 111 probablj 
i ■ 9 ma 1 1 1 i - pertaining to fjtla s. i- 
' Ii mi nt problem wi1 1. y ,e '''" 'ncigl 

1 iO\ . riniioiit whil, m tin C-Uj . 

The Kai'i of Dunrftore', the eighth 
"f the Mm . ;u . . ,u ■ ,§, ||,. 

en ui- I. i .ii.;. :,.,.. 

and ' posseasi ted V'lctorJA 

• ■■■■ won iii the Afghanistan rnm- 
lN!i7, when I with 

tin- Guides cavalry; L'ri..r to that he 
saw Ben i. •• i • gola jpedi- 

tjon. ii- R'tf* \ ii' '. to the Vi 
of holm in 1896- i887r Hi liso ■ 
in the Sotxtl Vfi lean war. being men- 

i . 

in command of thu. Slat Imp 

anry. i '. le'a Horse ■ : h 

l..ri-.lsiiip_ r 

•■s 

'Mr. Hrjttnln. V ■ \\ hlmi' 

With Mr, Arthur Pearson in Beveral 
of tlm la.i Pi's newspaper enterp 
and ibT-foubdlhg in. Tariff Reform 
. ije, and w ith fjord Robert? In the 
institution of th e Pilgri m's Society Of 

i m, !i ' was largely on hi 

itinli\'. I hi. I th. ~< I in-, n 1 1 ' 

«' i 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



We Buy Agreements of Sale and 
Finance the; Small Investor 

Tor Bale — Mr. HevmiV ain.i.'in. bona*, 1071 Davie BtEfifit, on lot 63xliD 
.-.i. rt. price 9*,loo-, $:'.,o cash, balance, bo suit, 

Cheap Lots — i-'oiii'i'.av road, one minute fropi WiHow's car. S450; a, i>. >in- 
in« iota held ai $7riu. Quadra street, near ■ TblmTe] $450; terms. 

Larae neleotlon nf limls.-s and IfltS m .h.mcs Hn-- .'iii'l " 1 1; BBfJ 1'i">" 

— -^a;ow. 

Wice Aesldenoe, .-Ins.- to s.-a. m hesl pari of <>nk Ba>'i acreol cuKI 

vni.-.i grounds, ten'nifi court, 2 paddoclts; verj cheap al *8,250; $1.' 

• ;i,--h, balance hi ranged at B per cenl 

Oak Bay, ■! lot,' racina Oak Pa: - i aea $2,600; an excsMent 



I-III 

Two Acres in <'ak Kay. v. <ry ■ lose to < a 152,500 m-i a.->. 
Poultry Ranch '\itli r..m i .-. n i...uln- lioliB.ca I l -' 

1 1 ..m . ai . $1,750. 
Some Good Buys in ( m m in Metchosin, WeHington and Saanlch 

i i-i.-i.H. — ; 
Tort George — ^\\',- ha\ - - •■' cheap acreage new <in town Iti 

p.-i am .-. 

TlJ-ee and one-nuarter ncre trull rancl With i ed ''"''• '"-- 

/Oak Baj A i ei - i | in:-, ai ?-- 1 00 

See us i ..i I :■ .pinna 1 1 and insld. prop.er.1 

We Want a cheap .business loi a m I iousi In lames Baj and a 

1 a n .-. i • : i- On ilm i aland. . 

\v. nay cash for cheap loi . . ■ -' -, • 



minute 
Hi 



In 

heap 



Be van, Got e & Eliot Ld. 



1122 Government Street 



Phones 2470 and 2471 



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COLD STORAGE 

1 1. COLO STORAGE 8 ICE CO. 



Victoria, B7€, 

— 

, , t ,'■. , - 

Goods received ru pit hours. Expert attention 



-i;. •Consignments solicited 



'eplionc J2S2— 1 



P. O. Box 875. 



Phone 2456 



Bran 

1' 



rr.d.luff.. ' 

i tn 

SttSe**, pi 1 !•'•• I US 1 :.". 

MiUdllrtK". l'rr 1CU lbs. 1.70 

Oats, per io« lt>» t .. . 

Vvvii Wniat, p. r 100 lha ... 2.10 

. 'iiiHii. .| v >at», .s LT8 

Barky. p< r '■ - .. 1 to 

frush.rt Hui|«y. imt inf. Ib». .. 1 fil) 

Chop !'''••: " Hi» 1.50 

Whela t'uin, per 100 Hm. ..... i »,. ' 

i ra.kpd ' * ... L. OJ} 

Feed, I'ornin.al. p«r loo lb». .. l.jH) 
Kay. Kraser Kiv*r. pel ton . ,' S4.00CI - 

Hay. piau ■ iii.oo 



island, P*r aorrn-.: 
I b- • n KKifS, p«r d.iron 
Cb mm — 

Canadian, per It. 

Kcutchstel. «»rh 



.... 



lb. 



..... • ••■ 



Albt-rtx, pep 
Belt t)alry 

Victoria Creamei-y. per tb... 
initi .'r^oiiiBry. p*f 10... 



tialt bprlDK la. Cr«ainelry, 

I lour. 

Royal Hnus.'hxld, n l>«K 
l-akr of the WiH>ds, n has 
Roy«l Siamlmd. a 

Willi Rose, i>.T aa.k 

Robin Hood, p. r sack 

Calgary, a bag . . . 

Bnff\rt)ftke, a ba* ........ 

l)rlfud B60W, p.r b». k 

Star, par ■a.-lf. 

Moffut's B«:»t, p«r Wag - , 



IK.. 



~ rt«- 

.JB 

.1* 

.10 

.1. 

u 

.110 30 

<i 

■ .*» 

40 

w 

» 1 90 
1.80 

1 00 
■ 1 16 
1.05 
1 00 
1.S5 
1.7* 

i.ai 

1.85 



P.O. Box 793 



WANTED 

nr Whaling, • coin. ;mii pfd. 
.1 \\ ■ ■! !'■ 'inanont Loan, ' A 
i:,.l B. 

p.. I '. Permanent uiosua. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

- . Room .16, Mahon Btock • • 



Phone C358: 



1122 Govt. SL 



Cldham & Matterson 



BROKERS 



.\..w is the tinm to buy 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES 

fall .ni us i'"i- particulars 



Ollice to Let. 




♦»♦♦♦'»♦♦ 



STEWART 

Actions speak louder than words. Stewart- has 
now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 
are steadily advancing, as the development of the 
country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- 
art City are a splendid investment. 

■ . STEWART LAND GO., LTD. 



♦ 

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from El Paso, for the purpose .■!' in 
Ing and escorting t.. Lbe . apitul di 

• -. from i ted States and Can- 

ada to. til" < ■ nt.-niiial i\p...-ition. The 



INDIAN \l'. 'MS. luil,. Aug.. Ifi. 
Mitch ell, former pn pidtqjil >.f the 

W'.rk. r.-.' whrni he ;ip- 
, m i!i.. .-..pv. ntioij to. lay, did not 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



a 1 1 .')'n7 , ~"' , I ~ 

or Hastings, while in tin- city. Is 
MM of Mi M 

lligs. on Hie itivii.il Ion' of 

. 



Maricopa Oil Company, of Los 



Under Canadian 
Control 



— 



Angeles, California 



Under CajTad i in 
Control* 



Capital,$l,000,000 



Stndv tlie follinvinv: pi-nc^ of oil stOCksatUJ SCe 
what tlii- Company's prospects are. 



i .. ] 


>snc Cricc. Present L'ricV. Dividends. 


Lncilc ...... 


....$ .15 


$15.00 


10'; 1. monthly 


Saner L)ini-!i 


. 1 o 




in'.' monthly , 


Sterling 


■ •-• ,35' 




2$% i|ii;irterly' 


1 aribou 


....- .15 


'i5-'5 


-ntlily 


Sail Francisco 


and' 




— -— . - 


McKittrick 


$io „ v 




-, 


. shares ..... 


90S 


2S.50. 


30^ merithly ' 


Peerless ..... 


.... .50 


7.00 


6c per month 


M"st pi thesc'c.iiiii.an 


pay sp.rnal l,..,r 


addition. 








Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 




,si,: > »^<i,<>^<; 





Total Dividends to Dat 
831^84,902. 



This Company owns a lease of 60 acres in section ,v. '-'--.v in the very 
heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field, surrounded by gushers "i flowing wells 
for a, royalty >.f 1-7 of~trrci>il proilnrt'.l. 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 milts, hits produced over .^5,000,600 in 
Oil during 3' months. Now flowing 40^000 barrels per day. 

The Obispo, within *4 mile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on 51 h June at 1,800 feet. . , 

The, Midway Xorthern, within -300 yards of tl I mpany's. property, 
brought in a similar Well on' July 4t.l1 last, at a depth of 1,920 feet.. 

(Copyright Telegram Received) 

To V. T', l''raiii|it'.'ii. \'ict..ria, I'.A'. ." An-iisl Nffi'. 

Drilling unavoidably deMyect nmv proceeding very rapidlv. W'll.l, 

BE DOWN ^, ( , l-KI-T T< iD'.W; sure P-luin nil , ■ l. perhaps 1,. .. 

Conditions could noi be better m . Q^t look ' brighter. 

(Copy Telegram ^^ceived Vugust 15th) '•. 
DOWN i'OlK HlWDkHD I- l-.l-T . T( )D.\V. 'Formation, from, now 
on will reduce speed, l>ui rapid worftassfircd. — ■ _ «. 

Contractors expect to reach oil in' yo days. • ' ,. 

One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels f>er_day Means a Profit of $500 per day 

to the Company 

Unsolicited Testimonial — Extract from Letter Received August 16th 
I \ i-iti/.l v-Hir pp.pern a Feu '.l.i ;. - ."i-i >. and found .Mr; I'.- S? <•'-. T.idd i'l 
fharge. and operaling one of tin [»CSI «■« | ti ij >i m- vi I s I ever, Saw ill any 'oil ■fi.'.l.l. 
You eannot help getting a gu<her '011 lliat ground, arid tlie people wlio 
bottghl Marieop;i ( )il are in great tue.k \'u,nra. very, truly , 



Ucili. 

RtrT, prr' lb. ..: .. 

Mutuin, per lb 

Muiiun. Au*tr«!lan . — ...... 

Veal, drtmed. per lb 

Gee*". flri»avJ, per lb 

Chltki'n*. per lb. 

Chick. n», per lb., live wtleht. 

Ducks, <lr«;«»td. per lb 

Haui«, lift ill. 

1'ork 

I>ult. 

t'lir*. table, per lb. 

Lemons, prr doteu ., 

OlaURCSr— M - 

Banana* 

Apples. 3 lbs • 

Asparasus. (local) 
(.1. 11 P. as, 2 lbs 
(Spinach, I lbs .... 
Apples, per box 
''■■■»1.« Pr ulU tC*l.> 



..■••.••• 



Ui.a'pe fruit (KlurTda* 

btravv biirrks. v?r box ........ 

Tegelaoiiu. 

Onions, « lbs. for .,, 

Beets, , par lb 

Csrrots, per lb. 

OtiIi'.is (Australian! 3 lbs. .. 
J'oniaiocs (Klcrlda). pen lb.. 
ArUcbokea. (Globe), each.... 
Aril.'hokea. Jerusalem. IW.... 

Parsley, per bunch'...' 

Celery, per bunch .......... 

Cucumbers 

,Ni» 1'iitali.is, H lbs, 

Cauliflower, .ach 

Cabbage, new. per lb 

Lettuce, a head /*•• 

Garlic, per lb 4.... 



.0*0.20 

.lou 31 

.t&t»::'0 

.Wkt.U 

,:iir.lo • 

.12'HW'IO 
.2u«/.lt 
.lttt.2* 
.liO.it 

.It 

30 

m©. 50 

-,„' .it 

.12HO-1S 

.21 

26 

2.S0©3 SO 

„.H«* ; 12tt 

.It 

.10 



M 
M 

.01 
.3* 
.11 

.10 

.1 

.Of 

.10 

.10#.15 
.It 

.20 
.04 
Ot 
.la 



Offices 9, 10, 11 Board of Trade Building, Victoria, ♦ 
«♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦-»-»-♦ -»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ «■♦»»♦ ' ♦ frft - > 'y »»»♦ ♦ ♦♦»♦»>» ♦ » ♦ 



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Mortgages for Sale! 



Wc still have stiitfe .first-class mojr I gaffes to clis-, 
jiiiisc' ot'. ( li'ie nf S ] 5 .1 >. if > i'or live years al seven ■ -per 
cent we especially reeomniend as .contTiinfng all the 
elements «7f "good § security', i'articulars can bc ob- • 
1 ained from '• ' , 



The DOMINION TRUST CO., LD. 

Temporary Office iooi' Langley Street 



TO BORROW 

Klrst in. in fni in ; 

li'. .- i ■•:.i 9 at T )." r , .-.'in. 

.in. 1 moral' risk.. 

$15,C00 

li nu.-i 
' loi sift 1 

11 r 1 1 3 
Full .'.1 s on 1 niiunul , > 

COLONIST BOX NO. 325. 



A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

'This properly was bein g held at $ 1,400. per acre. Now of- 
fered for a quick sale at 

$1100 PER ACRE— $1100 



(Signed) C. [[..TREAT, Secretary, Midway View Oij r... 

Drilling Gommenc&ft July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

Over 250,00a Shares have been sdld privately in Prince Ruperl and " i 



uver. 



Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non-Assessable, now each 25c 



] f t'n.-i . anj '".Is left Fo 
bed ;n 1 - to 2000 feet, 



11 l lie drill 1 ' .1' in tOOd I. 
;n Mihjeet to in fl oh 



ucd in 50c per share. < Ml will be 
VOti I : liar. lulls [1 ix 2$C 



I Will Pay'sc per Share Cash foi an ( iption to Repurchase These Shares Any 1'nne Wuhm Six Monlhs at $1.00 per Share 



Waghorn, 

GWYNN&CO 



Stockbroker), and rinnnclsl Ag-ents, 

Tnncouver. 
OpfllTB in Government, ^r^lnl^lpal, 
j U.illway, Trust ntid otlirr <loben,turefl. 
Klorks on 1 /.tnl'iii, New York, 
-if— tml Toi-rmtn Kxeliungnrs boURht and 
Isold on Commission. 

' mi!mjng BHARSJa 



N.B. MAYSWlTn; & Company, Ltd.. 



111s 1500. 



Mahon Biilldlng. 



k cated. t or- -.eilcou»~«a^-Mort. 
jra r . 1 Kstitte. 

v. .11 .-.in ilfpnslt your tiioney al i 



A. T. FRAMPTON 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS ) 

Fiscal Agent, Mahon Building, Victoria, B. C. 
Transfer Agents, Dominion Trust Ltd., Victoria & Vancouver, B.C. 



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PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOTJOHT AND ■iii.I. ON 
COMMISSION 

R. D. MacLachlan 

mpihi.- 1 Vli toi Is st..ri. brolcsrj/ 
, , Atssociationi 

Board nr i i ads Building. 

Rhone 2106. 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 



STOCK c\ BOND BROKI KS 



Members Chicago Hoard. of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

14-16 Mahon Bldg. '- 11.14 Government Stree 



•/UTrJT.-.* *" 



ORDKKS KX.KCr'1'lfl) i>N ALL KNCI IAX< ■,! '.S . 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government, ^Railway 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLOOTST 



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i LAbSlFltD AUV1CBTU1MO KAXM 

One ten' a word varh Insertion; 10 per 
runt, dl.counl for six or more consecutive 
Insertions- "cash with order. No advertlee- 
ment accepted for tree than 16 eente. 
business and Professional Cards — at four 
lints or under |H"> prr week- 
No advertisement charged j>u account for 
Ull than »8.P0 

riione No. 11. ,• 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



HOTELS AND ■JUTAl'sVt&TN 



ABCU1XECTB 



Griffith, h. b.. architect, 
Government St Phono 14S». 



1008 



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HOOPER. THOMAS, ARCHITECT-— IN 
pruciice In H C. for iwcniy-xlvt. year* 
Plana und spe.-incaliuns, furnished on appll- 
uiwii. Office 6 Sisters Blook. Phon e tf^'7. 



BANNKKMAN A HORN HOTSU NBW 
bjuUdljRs^oxner Broad and J;' h "»°" 
•treet. Victor*. Mudern offices nud lui- 
ntehed rooms. __ 

C~AUiroB*HA HOTEU1* JOHNSON ST. 
newly fitted up from bottom to top. 
■ood accommodation, oportlna: nailery, cora- 
prtelnK llfe-slsed photos of all the noted 
■porta and athletes up to the present day. 
Bar always supplied *ltli best goods, lhoa 
L. McManua, proprietor,^ 

N'4'W HOTJ-L- IUR'U*»BjrXCK. NICEST L.U ; 
cation In Victoria. nicely furnished 
rooms at moderate prices- Weekly rates. 
All cars pass hotel. Two entrants, corner 
Yates and DouKlaa Phone SI 7. j£ 



M" ACLCHK, ST, AKfUrrBL'T- 5 AND 7 
Five Statera Block. Tel. He*, D-i04; 
Office, 1 1 & 7. 



^ BL W ODD W ATKINS., "ARCHlT.KyC T— 
l_J. Room 14 PtV« Sisters Block, Victoria. 
Ji C. 'ioijihm.s Office. r lS». Rosidurtoj 
1,-13'jS. 



ART GLASS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



I'PHOlJtTBIUNO AND UECOsVATINO 



C1TILKS * SHARP. CONTRACTORS FOR 
» X *^'hoV.$nY removing and P««*«: 
carpets cleaned, etc, furnllus. repaired and 
polished. »05 Fort St. Ph one »U». / 



U IIOI.EHAJLK DBY OOOM 



WUOLE- 
sale dry goods, Importers and manufac- 
turers mens furnishings, tents B1 *."T')i 
brand, sl.lrts, overalls Mall orders attended. 



mUHNKR-BEBTON CO.. LTD.. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



A " 



THE DKVKRF.UX EMPLOYMENT 
UENEHAL AGENO 

1009 Fort Street. Hours 3:30 to 6. so 
Telephone I* 7 - 



AND 



% * . A NTE D~-C A HP K NT 
»V try nt once, 14 d 






FUR cor.N- 



W'ANTED good cpDKB. ALSO THROB 
VV housemaids and several ge neral maids. 
ED DRESSMAKERS 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TEACHERS WANTED. 



\\MNTED- -TKACHKIt KOK SOUTH 

W Gallatin t Plumper Passt; male or fe- 
male holding second or third- class £_*,'': 
fl.-aie; married, with family preferred ; <iu- 
ties i" commence after summer vacation; 
salary %!■:>. .Writ.-., v. ltd references to J. W. 

Hellhnuse, seer, tur'v -treasurer. / " 



TWO EXPlSRIKNCf 
want work. 



rilHB COMMERCIAL HOTBL. CORNER 
X 'Douglas and Ooriaoranj sts . opposite 

City Hall. Kenova«»d throughout Rooms 
second to none In city. Bar replete with 
the best. European plan only , '°" 1 t"°™ 
In connection. .1. Lucas. Prop Phone 1.07 



WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQIOR8 

mURNER-BEETON CO. LTD.. WHARF 

X St., Victoria— Wholesale only, all ih„ 
leading brands ol liquors 
Write for lists and prices. 



MONEY PROPERLY INVESTED LEAPS 
to fortune, This result may ****** 
tallied by purchasing the. best tie meal in 
the city at The Strand Cafe. 



RANIER 
Ion ! 



"7 ~ ROY. OVER thirty YEARS 
iV. axpei i.-nc- In ai-i tilass Leaded 
ItghU foKJ hun hi B, schools and pr.vat- 
dwellinga Works and store «-»l> ist-c-s bl. 

Pho.ie 894. , ■ ■ ■ 

W. CH1SHOLM. & CO., MA.NCFACTU R- 
ers of leaded art 8la»«- See us btfore 
jiaclng. von- order, Repairing a specialty. 
I ion< 1SB8, h»3 For' street. 



s. 



HOTEL. AND 'CAFE ALL UN- 
help, 660 Johnson St Why pay 
more when j.ai can fit the beat tot loss 
M,-a!s 20c; rooms 25c and, up. Bar replets 
wlili hist goods: Jntepli ffialangno .X' r ^\< 



S' ; 



* : » — : — ==■ 

TRAND HOTKl. CAFE, Jt'KN.SiA.N ST. 



direct importers. 



WOOD AND Fl'EL 



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rilLSON E. A.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
. / of mlllwood, wood. bark. etc. Four- 
foot lengths, »XS0 per cord; 'sioye lengths. 

,».0* double load. .'l-« John Bt. 1'holle - e 7 .1 

""eXp kT'KI. TRY a heaping po_u- 

bl- load of snort cut mill wood, de- 
livered to any part of elt». *l U-09 C.O.D 
t,y Cameron Lum> r Co Ltd. Ph one Sol. 

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY^ 



kJEVERAT. CANAl'.lKS. VOR SALE 



BONO' 



mBACHER 

X school. 
Booker; 13. C. 



WANTED 

Apply .1. 8 



FOR 

Mulr, 



SOOKE 

Secretary 



mo HE HRiHLY RBCOMMENDBD- * 
X capable c.Hik. bousekeapsr for 1,ac ' h 

ulor's esinhllslwnii.i K,lei,n<es most satis- 
factory , ' 



IlKII' WANTEO— MALE 



C H1 



\\ LAW i--' 1 ' W \ hi i ! -' n i ' ' 
>> years of age, eh*+roa** & 

I 'O 1.1,1 

W Alt Fi; • i , ; i. \ I' .-1HAM' CAFH 
>> Rjjg . I., hi, son stre.t.s "*X_ 



OR 16 

.Mlflo-il 



\ PPLICATrOKS WILL BE RKi'KlVEIl 
^V by the Undersiimed "i> till Saturday, 
August 20, for the position of assistant 
teacher of East Warfl school, Sidney, B. <J., 
iHWrTTin pW month r'rank .1'. M. Norrls, 
X- rHniv ____________ 



WANTED— TO HENT. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING CONDEiMSEP ADVERTISING 



IBOl'BKTV lOR MALE 



IITanted "two FURNISHED MODERN bv>R SAl.F. at rusT PR1CB, SJX mii.i-: 
>> housekeeping, is ! IlOt too Jhli' OUt. * no,,, Victoria. -t»- *»**• _li ,t v^-'l 



Address Box :'S« 



Orbnjgl 



f\ BNTLBMAN 



DBBIRBS ROOM \V LTH 

without boftrd in refined i hi IsU&rj 

fmn iiv no >>ii i«-'t t<iti i" Bhlldren;- st&ta ell 

particulars In repll '" Box 35^ Colonist. 

I'adv 'WISHES ROOM (WITH OR 
J without board i ; state Lmuh and p», 
ticulaxi to Hoi 154 ,-,,i,,,,iet 



rpKACUFR WANTED , •' ■■■ I 



OR FE- 

rimle) lor the rural school. CJayoquot 

diKtrli-i. B. C, Apply to James Holman, 

secre.tan rofina, l». C. 

\\7lANTED Ti;~\< : il"F.R F"R HCRGOVNE 
\V baj school: Salary ,*B0 per month. Ap- 
i ft E: Akermnn seewftsvry. - 1 ___ 



TO. KUNT NICBLV FfU- 

Ishnd house in « I ;.!in. by n 

..Jling married couple, about 1st t-ept. Ap- 
ply Box 'J7 F. Colonist. .,■ '.■' 



\\7 ANTED 
>> nl« 



Til RKN'l,' A M r.MSIIl-.li 
or houiekni pine rooms « li hfn 



IIUNTKL) 
* ' hoUSe y 

15 mlnu't's of lush school ptelerrea noiu 

.September Jo .lone; fltinll 
ous references U'H !8fl 



, ,i n j, , ,,.,■■• ■ 

lly of two; n.inn i- 

i,, ' olonist. 



DENTISTS 



AUTOMOBILES 

ESTERN MOTOR & SUPPLY CO:<- 
Dany, R I' Clerk. Manager. Solo 
agents for Bulcks. Franklins. Humbert, 
t lemenl Talbots and Rovers. . Storage, sup- 
piles; tires all sizis and -makes. BulK gaso- ] 
line land oil. Repairs, complete vulcanulng 
plant. High Class Uvery. Telephone «l»6. or 
it line bus "- 



BAOOAGE DEUVEUY 



\ 



riCTORIA TRANSFER CO.. LTD.. TEL- 
rphone lL'lh. 



BLUE I'BlMIMi AND MATS 



1JK1NTS, ANV LENGTH IN ONE PIBCM, 
X six eeat* per foot, limber and land 
maps i • i Blue Prints and Map Co., 
Wis Langley St. 3 ^ 

BOATS AND ENGINES 



always open European plan; oulsina 
unexcelled; bar best K"ods; rates modsrete, 
W-rlghtte Faulkner -44rone — lIQt. ' 

OTfT. \ R TORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 
ngement. Most central in city. BUS 
meets- all steamers and trains. Graham & 
Grsii.t. proprietors P hone 1>0 

\liuSON lliiTKl., .;««-,; ik fate's bt 
V> European plan; large and airy rooms; 
b^r supplied with best goods. Ti d MoAvoy. 
proprietor I'tmrut 1032. 

qAHB WILLOWS- THOROUGHLY RENfJ 
X vetad throughoot. and equipped In ths 
most modern and up-to-date style end sup- 
plied with brst goods. Alex. Llp sky. prop 

■TK\VK1.I.ERS.— WA Tt HMAKKK.S. I " 

FETCH. 140? DOUGLAS 8TREET- 
«p»clalty of Knullsh watch repairing. 



DR. LLCWIS HALL. DICNTAL SURGKON. 
J.well blpck, corner Yates and l'oug- 

Telcphunus — 



IHS stieels 

Office, &51 



\ htorla, B. C 
Reeldeace, 12.'. 



DR. U~"j. HENDERSON, DENTIST, LMB 
building, corio-i Broad and Johnson 



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' VNTKi> \ I • .iXi-l. ' AK W \SI1KK 

AiH.ly W estern Motoi *■ Supply Co. 



mi v.\ IKI' ii. iY FOR, DELIVBR' 
» * plj iap. i ii areliouse, pi oi 



\ » - -, . i i:n mm Kit 

» » H Ol ks: ni'isi l-i." 
to rlftlu oi. 



SSI M' 

I III., I 111 I 

PAUL'S DYE 
n • ty; «o,,,i u ggi a 



\\-\.\TKI)-.v .SMART YtHNi'r MAN 
> > u It Si sorti know I, 3ga frf I *^- 



and answ-iini< phono 
work S03 Colonist 



.hoi sow 



Phone U'illO. Oftlce hours. 9,90 e~ s >"• 
p m .K\unlngs. by appointment. 



1-17 F- FRA8BB, D M. D. —OFFICII. OX 

W. Yates St.. Ouris.-he block- OtftUS 
bouis: s:3u a. in. to 1 P m- • 



IH I EC1TVK8 



B. 



A. 



.11 XK 



r*7ANTED — SCRAP BRASH. ^QOPPBR, 
»V sine. leaa. cast Iron, sacks, bt 
rubber; h'gb'-st prices paid Victoria Junk 
Agency, J«10 Store street. Phone 1 



l.ANDSCArK QABDENEB 



one 133 

vvu 



DKTia"i'lVL,.^KRVlCK. VANCOU- 
ver Civil criminal and cuinmerciai 
Investigations R B. Baron. Supc-i iut«n ■ 
d.nt Dead Office, ROOBM t3% ttn ?„ :U!< ' °T%? 
bttrrdlng \ en.oiiv,,. B C. Phone «:0„ 
, ,.i. und trailers kept.' -. , 

I' >A(iKn- DKTIOCTIVE AfjBNCT. DO] -'■ 
K , „ B -,. criminal and clyl 
detecllv, jvork i VI ' tl id ftij ;■ 
its of any i I a who* inil 

.,,,!.-. .u.nent 

' oie IM"1. 



VICTORIA BOAT A ENGINE CO.. LTD— 
Boats and launches built; estimates, 
repairs, designs. Shop. «« David stte«t. 
W. D. Buck, manager. Phone ioh. 



TAiVLES SIMPS. IN. 
tj ph me HI I •" 



notlKHlMlKBS 



THE COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
^qulped bookblndery ln_ the province; 
the result is equal In proportion. 



»51 .30 ST, 

Kx|. ill ! garden 

and orchard details, trees improved, scale 
removed greenfly annihilated without In- 
Jury to flower, fruit, or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contracts, taken, rosea a specialty*. 



LTVERY AND in LN8FER 



l \ ' \\ l'l..l I AIHVI I I.A:iS M ! 
\ > ■ i-aneli VpplJ I"'- -- 

/ v-,i-. itirt i i 
v.* ■ « 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



\.vm <n x EB 



BOTTLES 



"ALL KINDS "'.iF Hi' fil-ES WANTL-D-- 
iV Oood prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency. 1S20 Sto re street. Phone .33*. 

~ i Bl U DKItS AND CONT RACrOUg 

1ARANK B. HUME— Cn.N l'l.A>-n>K AND 
X. builder. Plans and ^specifications pre- 
pared for Lst, mates furnished 

on any class of structure. Offices Cor Rol- 
and Ave . and Oxford St.. P. O Bo,\ 



i BY BROS., .BUILDERS AND CON- 

Ll tractors, arc prepacmJ to give prices on 
ail building and Jo-bl>lnsj work. 1 bono t7». 
We attend to your order. 

( MIKOI-iiDT. 



M 



CAMPBELL, 
Fort street. 



CHIROPODIST 90S 



• IMrr-BJfWlM FR- * N '» HI-RVEVORS 



"XriCTORIA TRANSFER CO.. LTD.. TEL. 
\ 1-J3 Diet xervlce In the city. 



. IJTHOGUAPHlNii 



LITHOORAPIIINO. FNCllAVlNa \N|1 

Embossing — Nothing too large end 
nothlns: toe small, your stationery Is your 
advance agent; our work is unequalled iv si 
of Toronto. The Colonlsi Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. / 



LOCKSMITHS AND Mil MINIMS 



Hafer, l. . — General machinist, 
new parts of all kinds mad- In brass, 
copper and steel, or any sort of metal. M a . 
chin.- shop, in Government St. Phon 



" v , MAMBRA HUTF.L MRS S TMHM1' 
±\. son & Sons, proprietors'! R D Tl 
son uiauitg'i Cornel Carroll at^i Wai.r 
, lr ,-,.ii Vancouver, b C V'svaoowver s ttrst 
Situated in oie heart ol tn« pitj 

Mo'dernly equipped throughout. Midday 
u „.|, .. sp-.laitj l-:urop«an plan. BluneH 
tor good whiskey, ■ 



itt:T.i.\ni.i: max w.\\i;i' IS 
i ,, lake ordere tot 
uslom i oi othes In i aueda.; 

gmn --I- ■■ tea i ii - LlmitBBr 

r... .' ■ ., iiii- 

..IN. 

best 
, uitotn triad ' aasAa Hlgl 
commlssiou. R, s Tailoring C0-. Ltd., Toron- 
to. Ont^ , ___!_: 

\\-A.\ lJ.n CAP \K.-L --Ai i - -i ■■■••.' TO 

>> cover British CPlumbla' with stapi« 
- With J100 monthly 

advan. t position to right niao. 

II Smith Co., Windsor. Ont. 



TO LET— HOLSEKEEl'ING ROOMS 



mo l.KT, SKPT 1ST, FOUR RtX'MS 
X p,,, ii, in nils!,' ,| oi iiiiliirnlshia. i to 

Burden, av^nuaj pjiow* 1 1 1 ;: a i ■ 



ROOMS WANTED y<>n i>i-:i.i:i.ATLC.'- IXI 
the B i ' Ohrlsl Ian Brid' ■ '• ■ " 

Hon, here August 10 13; atngte and doubli 
rooms needed ..Write giving a i .. i 'iculars 
and prl. ■• i» R-v H -'A .ti-sori Drawer 67^. 



LOST AXU IOI Nl> 



1,-tOLND— A FRENfll , POOl 

XI Apply K .v N. Railway 



q^O 'LKT HOtiSEKEBPINO ROOJlfc 

I t iv., b, ,1 rooms, and kltchsn, « • >'■■ i: 

_viiie street; oppogjti C P R r "" k "____ 



frpilF. P \R'i v WH " ' 
; I laki .i walking bG 



T° 



i I pi RNISHED IHirSFKI'lKI'INil 
new house, .548 R lth.M street 

mo' LET FURNISHED LARGE BED 

1 ,, win, use ol ,lt«iiiiKioom. kitchen, 

FOR i ith and telephone Apply 120 Sovernment 

gtleol James Hay. No c hildren. 

TplOR RBKT— TWO FRONT FIRMSLIKD 
X^ housekeeping rooms, one as be<Ueltt£ng 

, . Rl hen, K»S cooker, sink hot 
, ,, rratfA ... . bath. SI week. Haines 



y t \ \ri !• i -. i; - I '•!•: d a il 

> > e. .i to iak. Ol d. is for 



HM I" BAN 1 KB- FK.M VI 1 



1 lltl.S \v A.N IKD. 



1N- 
i- i harlton Ai Co., 

ore, ii» ii i, 



Cl [Rl 
I nei 

ana 
rnent ay I 

iOTTsWlLE fi ' i 
■ .1 shirt maker for high 
ladles tailotiiiK 



\v an t ffi'--- ■»•::• 

for high clae 
Ferd. Qulnker. ti.M Vale*. 



% * 4 i u rtnej -■ > ■ • 

rito i.KT FURNISHTBD ' .-K.K K.EP- 

X lng rooms. 819 Pandora ;.„av. ■ 



11 V 
from the' 

th^ .oiii-'i ."f 

,..-,,,„.-ni and Niagara - - - 

,.r; ,,„,(, , a' i Klchards by 

returning tin sain. ^ ■ . ■ 

,. sr tuii.U N LB HER PURSE ON 

(,• , v -.- i rain i ontalnlng sum 
,,,.v' We ward Box. 'I»' '•ol'mi«,t;. lW __ -— 



new modern ti-rooin bouse, »H co nven ie nc es 

l,n,i ^ | w.-lia and onglno, 1,400 epp 

trees 3H years; !10 old in full bearlnf, ov 

100 varletft - o" <£££!&,, aUo .. K '"" 1 , ' 

room cottajf, . fo.ur mod, rn ■ hick 

houses »n,l largt l.ai'.s, ' '»"" '" 

,,l c, ,, . tl I, nun; »r,.tlU'i oli ii i] tgs 

for four years Appls FI. ti hpr, Box 100 
.vieion.i viso for shit eight ml es fi 
Victoria,, -" acres, 6 cleared with twq good 
p-woll* I'H.i- flTJt .. p^I io'-. - 

I.TJIOR : SALE— FIVE.-ROOM bfQUSE A 

1 i,,, 1 1, rot .ii». in. vii... ni. •-<•" . Onlai io . i 
The blggegl snap Irj l-amna Bsa al H.aoa, 
| cash jrffffff Apply Butli Fa, UQJ ' ' ■- • ■ ■ ■ 

1r< OJ.r 9 ' A -LE TWjL> i.'HV v\i> >-.M-A.!.l — j-_. 
* rii ho is< i'.. ai I3iii '.--..:' id sin- 

i ■ , ,, fj ' | \l*l. Will 

n '■ "ok I :■" 

■ . 
. i-, ,l; , v.- GELES H ii:'. LI 
.\ ,,,, $30 ' »ln cash, •(•'. i '■' | -f^-e— 

. . ^ Bo> \ V '/. < "i"""' __^__; '_" 

• -m ,K MALI-; SJhI 'tl' e ' • ' 60 ' FEET 

V freotajte, Mm street car ll_ns no • ■ ' 

(..-...ii ■', :m Colo nlgt. !■ ■ ' ' 

H~~ K,\ I MjH A f tT7fiiS~F< )R FORT CKORGi: 
i . . .v 1 1 h 1 1 . LIi I illd has gone to ForJ 
MIS- - i ;, .., K . lV n,.l on hie urn in about. two 

weeks Will tell "you all n iwnsttc. 

Child & ' '" . '•'" • ' 



in n; 



L 



L 



OfiS -BH'B ENAMEL CI'FF Li i. LND 
grei n Blass hal Pll 



U;.i ' KM-He.l. Win -l.i.i.Kl'ING ROOMS 
- .rth Park -street. f 



TO LET— HOI 8KB 



riv, RENT— «S I : J K! l( 

t - ■... . i... ■ -.i ■< ■• | ■" '" 

ear line, ail modern conveniences i- 

pgrtl ulars apply 10 R. V. V^ lw 
Co., Ltd.. i".-l Fort Str-- I ■ 



■ i v;k, vi.: 
ni.,,!,,-,, conveniences, on Po 



TO l.'v;.NT BIX ' 

modern convenlenci -. 

Applv Room ■:. '.«!'.< ilov ernment street 

T 



BLACKLiLK.'- HOTEL— ^ E BLACK 
bum. proprietor This well-known •§■■> 
popular hoti entirely rebuilt and refti 
,,i is r,,,. i open to us patrons Steam heat, 
s rooms, first-class dining- 
room, best attention to comfort of guests 
American plan li 6U to''»:'u0 per d.aj i.uro- 
plan. 6 loo up«a,ds. Ji* Westminster 
e-ven I 



\\7ANTED- 1.ADV B' 
ll id store; timet • 

Simon Lelset- 
.v ....... orta. 

■ i • 

illdrtn. 3no t'olohlst. 



w 

» « v - ■ i. .1 i ■ 'A , : . 
>> inlnbm Hotel. 



r|V' LET— FURNISHED 

tage; all modern convenlenpes Apply 

■ I ■!• Hillsid 



T OST— GOLD CHAIN BBTWB1 BUB 

Ii rl-tie avenue and Vales street; kcep- 
„., k . Reward Bo> SHI Colonist. 
7 



IJtOB »ALE ON BA81 PERN 
1 • ohan» for l.ots; ■ nod hs 

.,. , .. oi v ., ii, .i on I... or, Price 

M .- I'l.i » nn 



M,2t 



SUIT VHI.F 
nigs n 



bnlf 



F< i It 8UBD1VI8IQ1 [AW 

D|a I ' acres tear lake 

mile from station. rail 

V.i„, •','," r.-war'l ■' ! "'■'•' ' ' ,un »hr«UKh 

- . iiii, iiroim. and gBbd 

lind small log cabin. Price .120 Van acre 

■ anged, Apply Owner, P. O. 



house. 
Btl eel 



ii BETWEEN 

„ot ii. ,' and roodaci - ii • iKhter 
It. ward for return to 4US Kingston 



LSILVE 
, ioi do 



OSX^RJSD COCKER SPANIEL v 

a little white in race Return or send 
nstrong Brothers, lot 
Kingston. Suitable reward. 



i; 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



HM BIGWOOD, mechanical engineer 
. an 



_..4 draughtsman 

. . . - 
icerg and- eng.lnes. 



machinery Install 
Agent for - - 

P. o Ufix io«i, 



QEA FRONTAG1 I 

k^ • ..".i; splendid .an, horjup ; magnlt'i 
vleW ; moo, I land anrl 

apply i HviiiT, P. o ! . 

X-AI!ol:f~i ACRE. 

m« t'omox rlte i 1 : Yl 

li good soiL;- good fishing; 

five minutes' walk from school, church, post- 
• , en . ; ologe to Comos harbor; right- of - 
through property sold to E. "Ac N. R) 
Price fii - TcTrmr— See Mar- 

in, i- & '», 019 Tro - 



C lOllO: 
J fron 
acres - 



rpu. J - x lODERN ':"■ iS 

1 Hillside Hi - - 

!J_ H Jon - i'romla , Block 



FpO RENT-VTHE 10-ROOM Ho' IB 1 
X nlshed at 1 'is:. ! 



i • iNi RETE AND CEMENT WORK; GOV \j 
< . .luiiadatkim, Iloois. walks. «* 

steps and all kinds of ornamental^f. 
All work gun B John Morris, «i3 

- 



THE EMPIRE- REALTV t-i'MP-.NV NOW 
cated at It States street, "111 shoit- 

" ' " ' "~ 



V*""- " ' ' ■■ill ■■ ■ * " "' ' ■** ' " ., — — .»,.- . - - „ ■; „ , , ..._ 

IJlOia. ' SALE— LOT AND BRICK v 
full atone bas cnw^' "th .^aifcer 
Johnson street, ba i-.'—TE- '.i. 

120.000. Apply B list. 



- 

*:i.::!io; »i;«i) omh*. ba l ai 

J'_-S per month; no agents. Apply M. 11. 

'Colonist. ■ 



HKAl- HRS I'URil-'OllT GEO 

townslte, 1 " 



Vat. s 



hild & CO., Ummi 'J. 



KAL 
hons-weik Apply Mrs Owen 

MenZleS Stl jl 



M.VSS.VI.I. 



TtfRS. EARSMAN, ELECTRIC .LI'IMT 
1M baths; medical massage. 1006 Fort Bt 

Phone n-1906, ' 

. OPTICIANS AND OPTOM 1 I Rl> 1 - 



i) NOAKE3, B. C LAND SHJRVEYOR 

^V. ■• " <'■' 

I '• " BOX a<2- 



"l.A G.' ALDOUS. C.E.— All kinds of civil 
r .. nB an( j. surveying uufleKaken. 

H»li;>oad locailon and construction * spe- 
cialty, lid i Lahgley stre et. , . 

/ t ORE~*~: ' ' IGK Me- 

1 1 Gregor. -MKt Land Surveyor and 

..v,: . -iigi.-. .is. Chancery Chambers. F- O. 
Box 113 Te». ASU4. Fort George office. J. 
1, Mgr. - 

1 ROBERTSON. A. I— BRITISH COLUM- 

i\. -urveyor 682 Fort street. 

telephone L-1547. P, O. Box 

■ - . 



BLYTH, A. P.. 64 6 FORT 
Quarter -ef- a century's experience, and 
moden: at jnrar sev »l e e l- • — 

examination. Lenses ground on premises. 
Phone 1269. 



I'tlM ERS AND rtl'lltll VNl.l It-, 



FRANK MMLOK-P 

trastor. tll« View s 



; i'ON- 
one 1564. 



1 1 it- inlvHK JOBBEBa 



.. P1TAL CARPENTER— *«' JtOBBlNQ 

\J factory. Alfred Jonea All kinds of 

me. Jubblr^ work. 1003 Vancouver 

luun siru. t;*jftlce phone B2011. Res. 

1 : tr •- '" ■' • - ■ • ' . ■ 

v K K1AUE AND WAGON" DEALERS 

MLE. WM.--IMPORTER OF MAC- 
Lachlan buggies, traps: cannot be 
t-aten lor durability. Warehouse 717 John- 
, ^,t. Phone 1326. . 

CLOTHES CLEANINO , 

7 1 ENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED. LiIE'D, 
VJT repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered 
UuV W. Walker. 708 Johnson St, Just east 
Liouglas ' Phone L-H»7 . 

\V.AH CHONO— LADIES' AND GENTS' 
» ' dry elf anlng. "pressing and repairing 
on short nonce. 1725 . Government Stl 

orja, B.C. -_ L- . 



HENRY RIVERS- -PA I N'TEH, GLAZIER, 
i.aisominer and' paperhangT. 719 Mar- 
ket atret. Victor^,,. B C Estimates Cheex-i 
fuliyTB*ven on application. 

VAR N i 

Ipaper, the 
newest patterns. Give .me a call. Store 
1507 Douglas street. Phone R-1084.. 



(COMMERCIAL HOTEL— CORN'ER H 
J Ings and Gamble streets Heal I 

, i .-1111111 clal men. Rates • 

and upwards.- Alkltis. Joiumun <a St 
proprietors. . - 



It B D \ 

> 1 house" 1 rl 

w 

r ADY H I 

1 J 1 Itv 

1 1. ok 



HOTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOU AR-' 
nv„ at Vancouver take large awto bus 
which will take you to this hotel free. Our 
at-rvl i» the best obtainable at the 
tl .60 to J- r 00 per da.v 
, I makes onW t rip daily mound Stanley Paix. 
r 11.1 n. m, pro; 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



•R l.l<;i. 

- 



SMI' 



•AMII.V. COM- 

" be fair 

giid any references. Bon 



\\ .-.TED 
\ » by th. 



II 'NTS 



Apply '■' Mri 

i;.\'T '■'' ERAL 

.: month. 



for s!x 
-• ; mber 1st. 
en. 



rp. , i.kasi-: r.ii; LE.ni -. ; 11 OF riME - 1 
X furnished six-room cottage, all modern 
conveti near 1 tch and- car line. 

Apply i" South Turn er street, James Bay. 

riV» RK-N-T— THE 10-HOU.M HOUSE FI'R 
I ished »■ 1. for six 

months Or on. year from September lsL 
.. small children. 



w 

1 ' hotel 



..EiS AX A. 

Langley sliect. Apply bc- 



TO RENT —FI. RNISHED NINE ROOMED 
modern bungalow with 26 acres of 
innd. barns, outhouses, .etc, a.lso us.- of cow 
for six months 

The B. C. Land aud In- 

Tf stW fti l As i en ^y y l i M 



AO. F. COURT N -N LIGHT. 

No. 69*8 - at !'• sters He 

Broad sti md ui. Wednesdays. W 

in', secretary. 



K. 



SEAR S, J. — PA1 
brushes; specialty of 



rpiHE MELROSE CO.. LTD., 6,18 FORT ST. 
X underta; rj branch of the painting 

and decorating business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. - 



PA 1 I.N 1^ VMi I t .. \l 



,, F 1 FAR W-E'Sl TDtJE. 

Friday, K. of S. Hal or. Douglas 

Pandora streets. J. L. Smith. K_ of R. 

and S. Box 644. ' 

.'■ — ~— . ..... . ■ — . . ^. .ii 

QONS OF ENGLAND B 6 Al 
IO ! .- • meets 1st and 3rd Wcdnes- 

\V. App : oul Bay, 

itftary. Sldoey, 



,v .TED— LAl'Y 'TO TEACH LITTLE 
II , ii In hotl 

; 'alius Hotel, n 



WfS 



»i 



duv. K of P. 
President* ■>■ 

B. C. 



SDE OF 1 > 
I 



■ king 



the hours 
small fan 



. ,1 hdiiie. nnlst. 



HQ1 8K FOR 
1ST North Pork 
ti and S p. m. 

■ 
maid 



TTOWLAXD BRITTA1N. REGISTERED 
XL Attorney. Patents In all countries. 
Fairfield building, opposite P. , O . Vancuu- 
v •• r . 



Pl.t VIIIIM, V\H 1. VMI I UN., 



I 1 I 



CHERT PLUMBING & HEATING CO., 
Ltd For first Class workmanship In 

the above line give us a ttfal. .Temporary- 
office 765 Broughton St.. Phone 66t. 



~\ N. ATK IN - rOVE- 

A • flttlllK Ji 



hard ; phone RIM 7. 



Lodge. A I'oad street. 

2nd and 4th Tuesdays President .C roT&- 
eroy, Victoria West srcr.-.arjT— Wr-1»tnon: 
Hiatt Street. Esquimau. 



Cj OC IET1 

O rUelty to Animals Ofn ' 
street.. Phone*, Inspector Uunsi-l. 1^21. sec- 
retary L2348. __^ j t 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



\\ 



I 



Hri2 DEN MAN ST. 
ns with all modern conven 
es lar.ge garden . with flowers and vege- 
twentv-four fruit, trees, thirty dollars 
p.r month ol » old base for one year. Au. 
ply Victoria hole! • 



-\ricTORlA V EAN1NG 

N pany, 721 Fort street, -phone 

Contracts taken by_we ek_gr_ jnontjv 



.inv:v CLEA 
flues ail '■- 

, ii Residence 2536 Blanchard street; 

i'.i;. >t ■ ■ ■ , 



\-i ■' AK DERSON. 



BULK 
tlr 



TO LET- I 1 It Np.lt ID ROtMlf. 



\ v •• .1. FC RNISHED R" aLWl 

1 \ ilotlSek. epillli 1 "IS 

i. H lh. In- |. g-13-817 Fori St 



TO LEI'- NP'EI.V FI11NISHED FRONT 
rooms, us. 01 bath and phone; close iti. 



LB3 AND PLANTS-i.NOW IS THB 

time to order 'bulbs If you wish your 

garden to be beautiful In the early spring. 

ops. crocus,- ru-rlpe. daffodils, 

hyacinths, etc, Dutch. Japanese, and local 

8P V rf . <•. for particulars Ut L. 

Woolston,. Beach U.ou*e, tadbuni Bay.. 01 

I '> L» £' ; __ ' 

A WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. FOR THE 
disposal of. needlework! handicraft 
branch • >'« rt '" rk *'"'",, 

held In th. woman's building at tin fan 
fair. • Ladles interested may obtain fuller 
. , . application to Mrs. A- E. 

Richards, Royal' Oak, P. O- 



X n.r of May str- - . 2, .1. 4, 6 and 

r. on Prlcfeg Jl.200 to J>l,30fl 

eaeb. Owner. Box 242 t'nVonlsn* 



SNAP— LPT, MICHIGAN STREET. iOxl'.'O 
i--h; car line; near Government - 



bulldi - 
1 'olonist. 



iwnecr- 



164. 



GOOD LAND FOR SALE— FIFTY MILES 
.m Victoria on E ft N HAllway easy 
to clear, close to gdod market,, clos ■ 
School and --hurdles. Will' cut up to suit 
purchaser from ten. acres. up, land adjointiii.- 
heW twi. orlce 1 am aaklng. . v • 

1 seventy-five acre farm,- as a golnc 
can show fifteen per cent on 
mnn If you mean business 

writ.- for .paxlJr ulars. No agents need ap'p.y. 
1st. 



} OnU l i! LJ^U'HlU AlL7r 

key-dupllCtttlnK ma. bine In Vic- 

toria for Vale and posiofili- keys . Insuring 
a perfect, tit always.- H. ■ il. Wilson, 614 
Cormorant. 



w 



GERMAN IN 

months: Improvement 

method. Trial l;-sson | 
I bone R1641. ' 



rno ;8PBAK FRENCH 
X tht 



- 

•tiiliaa ~~ - 



IO/tO v\ AVENUE. PHONl 

tOUt? R1641. ■I'omfortobiy -furnished 



room* 



AN 



■NT M'lteB. 

Hospital, salary 130 Me An 
ifl.-atlons, tvatUnoiilals. j — 
i-:y to secretary 

na. H. <'. 



U board apLianal; terms moderate; 
i,ragTTr~-trml bath. Mrs 



TVK'.lli' IN TOWN, ONE BLO CK FRO M 



large newly furnished 
j..,_, f , if double, »5.»0 month 



w ! 'and':, MV -;, '!£, 



i-rVr- h<re — i n go i" u.a -niuopi 



nstr '. James. 

* - \Vc« t. " :. 

\\ LNTED—A- ■ ,NURSERY GOVER 
\ » ; ; iy Mr* .( Matson. 

I 

11 a. a ' p.m 



^'.wdn'tei' ■} F'sguard stre.-t. n-ar Douglas. 



TAMPING FOR L'ANCl' WORK ON 

v-oui own maTrr lu'. O r d e is — tetitirn — e* 

V. M. Turner. HIT Fort sir '. , . ' 



s 



XT-IOLIN. FLUTE AND HARP— MR. DAN 
\ Green (Late SeTgt s.,iolst. and teach- 
er. Royal . Artillery String Bandi and 
don concerts. etc. Desires pupils, 106^ 

Richmon d nuenue. . . 

E. BAKER. TEACHER OF ELO- 
cutlon and expression, 1202 Vancouver 
. . • ■' ' 



R\> THIS ■ FOR SALE 
Burnside foad, 



OFF THE 
, close 10 Portage 
and proposed line, 17 acres at *2c0, 11 snip. 
a. Burnstde greenhouses, birnwuer.y. 
Vale. P.O. . . '•■ ' 



l« 



mo OMFORTABLl Ft.'RNlSH 

I ..ni 1001ns with us.- of Ijltchen H re- 

quired H2H Michigan si rcei. James Bay 



BD| A 



TERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT 



us of 



rnHIrtTV MO I: N'G MACHINE OP- 



POLT.IRY AND LIVKSTOi B 



POTTBB1 vi \hk. KTC— 



COAJ and WOOD. 



BURT, GEO. — DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and coal. Delivered to any 
part of cl|.y, at current "rates. Phone 82S. 
1 ards, 7 36 Pandora. 



GO TO J. E.' GRICE TO GET YOUR FALL 
ordere Wood piled In yard or lot be- 
fore cutting. Measure guaranteed. Io cords 
or over., Tel. 148. 

ALL & WALKER — WELLINGTON COL- 
lterles Coal, Comox Anthracite Coal. 
Blacksmiths and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel. Ml 1232 Gov ernment Stl 

INGHAM. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1203 

BROAD St. Coal delivered to any part 

of the city at current rates. Phoue 647. 

Wharf, foot of Chatham St 

AINTER. 'J. E. &. S6NS — COAL, WOOD 
— ind bark of finest quality at current 
rate*. Try our new and specially prepared 
nut coals. Phone 638. ufDc* 811 Cormor- 
ant St. 



SEWER PIPE. FIELD TILE, GROUND 
Fire Clay. Flower Pots, etc. B. C 
Pottery Co., Ltd,. Cor.. Br oad jLPdPandora 
Bis.. Victoria. B. C. '-. ' 



I/vo. 
1 1 tl*r 

phone 11-^19". 



imps, 



mm IRB- 

- 



tjtOft >>A1 

I I' Hi 



e. 



J'" 1 ^^- 



REAI. ESTATE AGO I B 



"BAR- 

Invest- 
1, timber and fruit lands, 616 Fort St. 
Phone 1810. Cable address.. "i"uthbert. . 



C1T1IBERT. HERBERT • 
gains Vlct'orla Real Estate." 



MARRIOTT ' & FELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, m' 1 -ntals. 
Offices Vancouver. New W.-stmlnster and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce Avimu 64o. 



t Rl MIKRIB8 ASH DMR1KH 



ROYAL DAIRY— CREAMERY BUTTER 
ice cream, milk and buttermilk, 1 •■■ 
liable for quality and» purity. Dahy lllii 
Douglas St.. or Phone 188. 



- DIl ti mi n 



HEANEY. JOSEPH — OFFICE 65 ' 
street. Telephone 171. 



VICTORIA TRUCK AND DRAY CO.- 
Telephone IS. 



POTTS. HOWARD A. G— l: 
tate. Financial ond Timber agents. In 
business In Victoria for over twenty yoara 
Office 636 Fort street. a^ >. 

TRACKSELL. ANDERSON"* Col— REAL 
. .... . ■ .ns. rentals, collections 

Offices: Regrna, Sa*k . and B. ,0. 

road St. Ph one 1718. 

Stll.M \KERS 



1 • SALE 

X? T er ri es ptt t 



iv Inning st 

las St: • ■ ' 



I 

ro m E nglish Imp 



WANTED— -DRESSMAKl.Ni; APPRENTI- 
N> » Apply Miss McMillan, 3rd floor 



} 



: Elt- 
m x :t.,r 1 olonlet 



, , , I 1 1 A V E A 

I healthy donkey for sale " h h"- 

hildren; < a - saddl", 

■ haiiei iinv-ls will) Hi- 
najl. The Ex,ehang. 
Fort, street, •phone 1731 ■■ 



miO LET— EC RNISHED. LA IBLK 

X room with venlence, 860 John- 

son street; phone Rl*08. . 

'O FC RNISHED ROOM. MODERN' 

X new- hiiii.. / breakfast If desired. 121 
chines. tlKht hour day, union wages Be- _| M | chJ - M street. (Thane R2377. 

sinner* taught. Apply.Turn.r Beeton & La. \ •"• 1_ , ; , . 

f*. tori comet "f Bastion and WhatP=-Btreela | rp LET— NI''E BUN NX ROOMS. REA»- 
Is j , X onable rates, Hotel Canada, 1318 Broad 

WA'NTi.D-DRESSMAKING APPRENT1 ' 
»> <,s. Apply Mra Ansju*. Ird floor 



.y VVm " "L ' Va ' l l H.. i l ianah t' i, 70 Al i xa n de r 

street Vancouver, Bj'.. Phone *♦»«• If > " u 
need good reliable help you mqst get th-m 
from a -reliable man whose reputation will 
} bear strict Invastlgetlo 



R 



EMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
Co.. Ltd., have removed their farm Im 



SMALL FARM— SOUTH SAANICH. 
miles from Victoria on main road. 23 
acres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
painted lnsldV> and out. spring water on 
house, barnsi stables, five chicken house?, 
100' fruit trees. I,flOt>- strawberries, kftoli'm, 
garden, all small— fruHs.' about six acres in 
oats and peas and seeded down to clover 
and grass. 60 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
bators, brooders, good family __cow. and n 
quantity, of farm Imjjlements. A gen ulna 
going concern^ f~2. boo takes Immediate pos- 
session. Price 17,000, 10 years io pay im- 
balance. Apply J- K. Colonist office. 



REAL ESTATE 



B, C. REALTY COMPANY 

Thonc 241.1 - . 6:^ It, mi 



.Viunui 



/-iUOIi'E INVESTMENT -TV.'o FURN1S1 
3U cd_. CQttHgrS Pjin 



easy te;i 

176 pe'r month. 

1 he in-. 1 utment. 



,iiil...ra 



at-enuc Prlr 



are rented rrr r~ 
.: pet cent rp ' 



■ 



v 11 I Ul 



i. M ■ 



TMO LET- LARGE COMFORTABLE BED- 
iX sitting ronrii, extra Jjedroo.m jf required. 

use of kltcb-n. bath, electric light, qub-,. 

pleasant bouse 1 sine. Mis. Walker. 

cliy limits. Es.iniiiiA '.t road.' Phone HiaxT. 

ISHED ROOMS TO LET. I'll MEN 



or oil pi ii B 

BOX 338 

Colonist - 



E 



I.IOH OOD IK I 

1 .otiglaa, sti 



*17.-> 



I^NOLHSHM IN 
n ranch, 
klml or Ktm-k 



RE yCll 

upeill lie- Willi all 
iWtft 



TUMKSI. 



il 



pltftnents. buggies, wagorls. etc.. to 
Johnson street, east of Douglas street. 



SN-Itoi IM M .no M.oW; FULLI 

l.-ru; a, swell little horn* In best 
iv; two minutes'- walk from 



7S3 !' 011I1 , H.i.v • in-. ..Price t?,.lhj', terms 



STUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RE- 
quired for land clearing,, logging etc., 
Free trial. Prices and lefms apply The Du- 
crest Btump Puller and* Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnialde road. Victori a 1 B.' 9. 

EMOVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 

■ ii hull-aer f# A 1 tfjnjirt . 1 M a WJBter - . J»M, 



removed 10 s'Jl Fort street. abo»e 
Tel. 810. 



SuSarE 



rnWO-STOREV FULLY .modern HOUSE 
X on Harrison street; every modern 1011- 
venlenoe; handsome. j- decorated; Bno 
groun.la with burning fruit . trees. Price 
|4.500; easy terms 

mWO HANDSOME t'OTTAGES ON.Sl'T- 
X' . -; two minutes' walk from tho - 

car: Iiou w.-h are mod. in' |n ' every ■ enray 
'eoii'tain nVi-rv ' onveiii' nc»T' lota ai-e 52x180; 

■ r will make a. splendid home 1 
»■! 750'; cash «s . rent A 



el gt r tet. — 1 w o minttten— trom O.P.u. ! 
wharf. . n, ' ' " . 

LIST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS. WITH ! 
us. Warburton * Co., 1005 Government 

>trcgt ' 'ssr'r • ^-____- 

Bl "INi M 1 11 vni b». 



/"1 REEN HOUSES^-FLAT BO T^VY ^OA T fi j ?i"l : -'n'n ; t'r-'" '•"- "r>--'-- v"Q 
\jr long ladders^ steor. meat safe, dog 



SI-. v LN lill.l I'd I 1 'I 
.,,,,,. iv- Box l -* 1 City. 



TTCUNE av BRO., SAILMAKERS. TENTS, 
tl awnings, camp furniture. Warehouso 
670 'Johnson St. Phono 795. 



UTBNCrj .IMi SEAL ENGRA VING 



GENERAL ENGRA-. BR i 
Cutter, Geo. Crowther. 12 Wharf St, 



behind Poa ■ 



i.]-; 

puppies 
and ■ 

I, 'Brltiiimln 



!" 






B TK It P. IE n 
1. prices 

Robiil II. 

It. c 



WANT-ED AHOtT 20' V 

> V ' II' :-V.d 

.... , ■ . 

1 o 



.V\H \N|) OR \\ I 1 



I J. 



10 1 (VORH8 



BE WORKS— Till: LAB 
gest dyeing and cleaning works In the 
province. Country ordors , solicited. Tel. 

'or. " 



C. 8A 

Johnson St. Washed nnd 
! sand: grtiv-l for k, De- 
livered 1 or 0:1 scows at Royal Bay. 

SHORTHAND 



L4HORTHAND 1H>« BROAl 



light J-whvol 
1. Hciii 'Ac 



;i:r.li.i ill 4- 

.vlth rubber 1 Ires, anil 

Apply, 



WANT-ED SI IT AITON, ON A 
»» H M Hsrriui. ' li-malnus. 

_\PF,RIENCED .TR"AVRLER AND SOLI 



; any CSV) 



Apply BOX 10' 



Vroi'NG MAN WANTS WORK OF ANV 
1 kind Of «• Dlghi win - Iniino Hon 
foionlst 



A MARRIED MAN DF.IMRBfl ' 
• or any 



vi , OFFICE MAN WITH \ 

Vl iliousund dollars 10 take » vvnrkin,? 

- 10 : business Apply. Box.' 31 1 
i.l.t. 4 



I 



,11)11 SAL-E-THE GOODWILL AND 









317 r.iltintRt. 



con tea (* pi - hOSJtd and 

lng house, idoatod within rive mlnn 
j has u splendid com 
mi, 1 is always fully occoRled. A si 

opportunity for aoi ne 10 inter this line 

lusinesa ai .- very re«*»nal»l« 

l„. nd .» Invegtinent Ak 

1'AYlS.G.-. ROOM INC 
•I Slmcoe str. 



Toni ladders, stepr. meat safe 
bouses In stock and made to order. Jones, 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory, Iujj 
Vancouver and Yates street. 



FOB SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



FOR KALIJ OAK SIDEBOARD WITH 
1„ veiled Vass mirror. Apply evenings. 
I'.ll El ford street 



LOTS 

I -bUTt SPLENDID LOTS ON PRIOR 

1 s.ti-ret, size .inxlSfe Price llTOn; terms 

v ery e^sy ■ 

THREE FINE Lt )TSr' I'Ptf NE R KINGS 
I and Urnham st'r- ttl PrHfr-e — . 12s 
each. These i.r,- u snap; term* e«sv 



.IOR 



SALE ONE 

h ;« engine. 



R ' 

null KALE- ON'I 



IOT LAI Ni'll. 
F. L. Hi it. Mayne, 



Do yoi 
ness ,' 



1; I'.' SI- 

If SO *ee us; vve h»ve btlj 



\ \ ' N T,H 1 » 

> V u . , 1- U 



vi, 1 1 no .vD ' 

lly Ib>« »21l I Y.|..ni>.'' 



WANTED 
\l v'l.ply n 



H-KA-V 






\ \ ' 



.lol'. 






dltiotl 



. 



II -.oil. Ol IET 
shire b<jar. "Vnlby 1 






b \V, 



|> ear* 



TiAUL'l ' DYE WORKS— 3U FOl 

I vv.- ol ■ ■ ' id ' snalr 

ladles- and gen tiiiiun's garments equal to 

1 ■ I'bone (52*. _ " _ 

\- WORKS. 844 

\ 1 . street; tslephone 1 1 1 Ladies' 

itlemon's garments c leaned or dyed . 

I , > , inn I ASF St ELECTRIC SUPP I II S 

I ■ .-. [M Ol 1 '1' AL COX- 

1' rectors tot or boats. I psoline engines. 

. . o St. 



I 

Craduates till 

mlllan, principal. 



iglily taught' 
E. A 



^1 \\ 1 M.IM, 



Hii .- WOOD, 72H VA'l l> 
1 ma; all Kinds .,r supplies 

mt »". 1 repairs, prompt!* 
lei it p. Phtme 848. 



D It E.ST - 



\ v 

> > 10*11 1 



SCA\ 

a tree 
Ashes and rubbish' reriii 



■ ., ■ 



OFFI- 
mi, 6C2. 



T( ) . E A ■ - - 

,. 

lng rlfl 

1,1 re, 1 Apply 211 

j , ... 1 

I 

Enqufi ' " 






() 



\\ A \ 



, ' . 



J»A>R SAI.K \ 

house. Apply i' 



I' 

, , ; Tlol SE AT l.VDVSMITH, 12 

I * ,-lce looj^lhree, yeAr 'fMf: 



r.-nt ; 



Boom 



OBBH IN 
S5 duetrhius bia. ksmitb -and WOodWOTAer, 

. . it , - - I 1, , ,aii lilt 



W'll.l.IAMS 
,p Hoi ! «■ 'v , ng mac hln.-. only I 
• „,, months, will sell .-heap as ovvn, r | ^ t> ■ 

1, going east;, Apply at 841 V""- 1 # J, It M ) 

dora street, ilmosi 



CITY BROKERAGE 

iris Douglns St., .Opposite Merchant* Bank 



H'-V S GOOD ROOM COTT ■ 

i-los- .-lleiil nr\ 

easy t.rins. 



I 



III, THE 
-Oliulvs I" ".-t long; almost new. In 
first rlnss, rondltloti Apply carctaki-r. Oak 
•boat hi ' 

MINING ™BTOCK, 

1. If-. , P .' 



355. 



PORTLAND ANAL 

1(1.11. shnr^s u 



BRITISH. 
Stl 



_ .imps 
Box " 



AND COLO 
ror sale; for particulars* app|V 



hilt \IIONv \\ \NI l.b-IIAI M 1 



WAN TKir hv L i'f I I 

VT r tl,,. hi 






CokiiUtL. 



illd with ] 



•w 



NG ON. 1709 GOV'T ST. PHON1 



j , ISNBRAL PURPOSE 

I' about 11 

r, p. in 

bell, Ileiuiinoiii I' 11 



sunt \..i. vni. vi vim HOI 81 NO 



I..MOR RAL 



• 



i- oa.klHn. Is Dairy. 



1 nil (i\ vii n 1 id READ 



\Y 



. , 1 rii..-- B u. 



<;l ASH AND OIAZIMl 



1 . 1. <T. :t' i 



OF GLASS 
on 

Ti,. Mi 1 ruse Co.. Ltd. «ls Fort 



-.- |.;in HI :.-' I'.H'TION 

'Jgte, sheet, prismatic, ornnmental. 



RS. BYRN. 180Z-4 WHAR1 
of Yates; >omtnlssloti, storage. 



housing, o, .,,,.,,:. turer-'s a«i nt and 
No. 10. "Phone Knit 408. 



STORAGE AND WARBHt H*.°«» 
, snau ■ i 1 1 '■'■ y. W. Dun- 
can. 515 Taos P 'i Boi I 8 City. 



. . AND 1 1 

I ' ..... 1 



•■ 



TO RENT 



i\ .-ION'" AS,. 1 • 

v\ 

o lonist 011 ,. 

■\rnfNtT i i UCl ITCH 1 Si I 

1 siii.-iiloi, . ■ or sewing 

I , 



I - . . , ; . DORA I'll Kit WILL 

I j . .. ki permanent plat 

Colonist. ■■, 

\ \ v rEtj 1 pohT- 

Vt tion H romp ir.bm or 1 • ri .help 

in private 

1 ' 



if /A EN DRY AND LOT 0?» 
inuo- street, block 2''. lol ■-<> tihujjtbs 



^ Oust. mil* l"ie «""" i , I in— ill— ^ :-.- 

. ,.n-hp r.» nt .:d-4T-t4»e"TWn-^ ■ MRKIi'AN ORGAN 
person For ' npply 10 I- ^ V b.,m. or 

ark. 



span*. 



,700.. Apply 1709 Gov t at. 



BOOM AND HOARD. 



. . .;. BOARD and i;ii"o>i ■ 
u 

.. — ', ' • ' - 

- 

l'rli-.s 



BOARD AM'l.'ioM. 
ten minutes from post office. 






l: BOARD 

V 1 . . beet. En«H »b 

,, ,, , i close, to Pandora 

alnuteV 

.- st, , .. , -, ph»n>e 1 ■ 



,.,, , l:l . QOOD WOl 



1 I As \ND, ( <»■ 1 I 1^ 1 

TiHiNi-xu Coffee .t .-i'l'"i". mills. 

m . -. . * ii.i._i_ M"..l*«. 



I Ltd 

|ih»n» Ml 



Pembrok, street \ lelorla. Cell 



TIMBER, 1 amis. i:n 



11 1RDWARB 

I 1 u'l OR B. G~A- .'ii BARDWARB v N 1 ■ 
1 '.,.-,: oiiinnl implements Corner of 

fohnson »nd Government Sl% 



'V" 'l.tli '.' lron!"»tei.l'. ' bnrdwnre.^ cutlery. » ' 



QAP1 



j, hi;. 'V\ - 1 ioi; TIM BEH 
, ,,:, i a , mining i "<■■ ■ inn- ■ •■ u -" ' 



1- o Ho* -...:; 



I MIKKTAKIM1 AND KMBAI.MIND 



' 

,,1 i'oo, o , I'.iL- on ' 

Kl.bi .1 

II 1 1 



I , » II , 

, a 



.O TO. 



T 



ra of oft. 11 1 - 'V 
ib' 

1 1 ! n it, , id street 



- .- Block rem - M 



... 



1ST YOLIt BOARD LND ROOMS WITH 

t ft CO "• to.V, MlllieOt 



ai 1 



RENT OR FOR SALE NICE FIVE 



. (ID i I'eAL, 

. \ 

1 man; would like .1 post' 

man's - unit; 

■■ 

Ri . ■ .-i.ii vyo 

man wishes pontHnti- -*a — ^•o 

,,,.». 1 int, counlr; 

erred B ,-:t ., 'olonist. ■ 



H. ItlNEY (LATE RAE) 
, i.ir.iK Room mid board; terms 



Mis* II 



J*» hi. - parliament' bulldlnfs. under 

nt, K' pllt 
for)F sure satisfaction ; 



SUITABLE FOR 

schoolroom, ten stops; fcnee 

SVl, II ,!,.. !•■■' ,,;• I- ■ 

|4.i Can be k, vn at II I Dulls* 



45 i 'HW I ,! ' VS A r"IRST * 

flT-i-,— " H. .ions.: k,,,„i garden and' fruit 

1 uiul close to !lij?h 
nol end 



K ' 4*'« TTH\ BUYS 
O. Boa. i^-i^iJ.llJ — p+*-».>... ■ 



WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS 



\\* A NT ED AN • oj- 

>> Vnuit il. i i ii»-.-»4-— 

SliBrrs. App!-. 



n IR 






lotllst. 



U!CU4KNX .'.I- Vii- 1 

• lneir-iand 
p.ethe settlers and Mo 
Inn hi Hiitlsb Isbsinnd Canmln. 
•end names to Vancouver Island Di 
me nt LeHKU". " "■ 1 BroKsThtpn R'v.t. VI- 

toris-. Literature »nd full -Information 

„,.|ii 1 1 nil names furnli 



■ ir the ■ i 
tea I n ' tb-- 
lar.Re rooms und. rood ' baeem 
Clos. i« In all bedrooms; live tnosl ras' 
, half ni. 

hall 

•Pl),l MM' Hlone f .llllllatloi 

11 a.nd. s 

...... 



. scornsirRtE-Ai^. co. 

, ..Room t. y chal.oner Block. , Yates street, 
next bank. Phone 1401. . , 



VCRE1 

' 

Immediate, sah 

US At 'RES < '"' 

ien« »">'. 
larnit ti 

,,„ . lend. A (jne- -rlalry lart'u : 



' ■ A'i'Ri 

t ') In i-Rc ba- 



PTANoi'oi; i'l". prril.s 
lady. ' 



■ 



^'r*^"'' 



st inn K RKSOR 1 B 



H i ates street, Vlottfrii 



NoofsmeiKied by tb«) medlced ppttmiam M 
t>Mle«Usvrrl agalnat iateotso^; * t i m » « * UI i 



T» .1 INKItAl, FI ItNL'-'H IN'.; CO 1010 
». Oovt Bi. Tel !?,». 1*1(1 ,8817, 8888, 
2288 Prompt attention <3b*«. Hayward, 

P.m. . -A. UsywMsVfM-i F. .. C a i e lton , ,Myr 



To iikm 
to.olii- ,1 ' 



.1 llAiNNA, UNDERTAKER PAR 
. - Inrs 920 Yates Bt Ornrliint- II. S 
t:oiiHse of En.heimins;. Contractor 11 il M 
Navy. Office phono 498 Res. phone till, al | 



VV. 



,,,,, cottage, bath and n>»«trlo u»cbt 

One 1 n. fro. - U>< r. t'*i 2 1*8 

J, ,tn -t Apply Owner. P.O. Box 

848 .. 



■ vKKF HIV -K ■ ' 'I AN It A . 

1 " hi,, 1 rooms n Rl1nbl« ' 
1 ihlnj si a son Vppl 

Bl . -.a vi-t.v in. RA1 

under in -v -Hog. 

bnthliin (in,1 flshlna 

iralns al l ov h hai '' ! ' ' '■ ' i,-v * * 
-r i Fori eal Ui ... 1 



K 






KIMS . 

, A, ii;,. 1 Hotel, l.angley |t 
oTTrTT, ins, 



ODER- 



. , 1 VCRES, "- '■■ 
>U md Is .-i 

burn. Chb 



\ \ ilILD EXCHA- 

VV in HSU noreB. Bidoet'-d pruille, \ili.ini, 

for first- flats Improved 01 otherwl*. 
n.-1'i-aae vi.'|nl.ty Victoria. 
n'n.-e lii. null n,iv 884 

In 
piano playing, no omp.-vnineni ., ,u 

■ lonisi ■ 

TF TOU. WISH TO DISPOSE ,OF YUIR 

I " loonVVIlahou Bill. 111! Government SL 

Hinl I will tall on yotl uoom . . ai •«. t ^ ^ . , 

torla ence .a ■ mpntli. I Onllowaj', 

7H2 Granvlllo St., 

■1'- 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO. 



PROPERTY WANTED 



Vl bush, land; must be i-b.-np; nelgl 

' Bay ' 
' r,34 Yat es Street. 

WAGE - r - HOUSE-. AND 
,,»i 
ont. , 



VTTANTBD— EXCAVATING, WELL DUV- 
\> sin* end concrete wora I- Alexan- 
der, 2M0 Third -1 



-CflWf' 



ffSO LET— ROOMS AND OFFK'E APPLY 
1 to ii» Fori street, near Douglas Sb 

Subscribe for THE~C0L0NIST 



Bi .M.AM. PARI 
and. Beaiidi ■ v ' GaK «ay. 

gueets tnlie.i Rati a H "" P ' ,l ">'. w. 
Grimmer, .,..'...., 

Derravaragh • • rtoAD 

road, large gardt n, bt rvutifu IJ »Htial 

ed. r1e.11 »n 1 111 1 in line Tel mil "' ■• \ 
ate Phone Lift*. 



WANTED— TO BXCHA A' RE.-' 

W hpro: Vii torla 

,.::, lial'iut. St . 



MilltiMitl Bi KOOL8 




BAGG AGE! PROMPTLY' HANDLED AT 

■ ni rates bi the Vlotoi «fer 

n. ns 1 "!>" ' 'trie., op v-' > •>( i 1 I ' LOTS IN 

., . v ■ ] j 1. ro 1T'(. B OLD U v ->••._<>'' ' •' 

V\ „,.,.,,,,, - , Ml-himu. street, ■.-.■ir Mo 

Clock* e.o.,. Hlnuus. eli A A An _ . -,,,'Hl'VH' 

85 Johnson street. <*?'),. M H I 

ii-ANTi;!! SCRAP BRASS. C.OFPfil 



rnTD- 

1 Wo 



I '■■ 1 1 



11. FRANCISCO VBTTbRINAJXT COL- 
O lege Catalogue milled free. Dr 

K, ,,,. . IMS MarVn-l street. S. V. 



sine lead, ca'sl Iftih", sn i- > n ,,,t ,,'i 
kinds of t,, -ties and rubber; highest cash _ 
prices paid. Victoria Junli Agency. ii::n ,>.'»,.)( M I ,„ ., 

S tore street-. Phon o 1 33b. I „, ______ 

A NTlQl'E .1KWKI.EHY, DIAMONDS 1 _ _ -,.._-- 

^T-r^::::S;TV;^\;; .ir'''' , Subscribe for THE COLONIST 






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Wednesday, August 17, 4910 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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CITY OF VICTO 




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A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
pasted, on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



A BY-LAW 



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To a.uthoiisa tbe Entering Into an agree- 
nxant with tha British Columbia tele- 
phone Company, Limited, concerning' 
tha removal of telephone pole* and 
overhead wirea from certain streets, 
and to raise the sum of 9100,000.00 on 
debenture* for the purpose* therein 
set forth. 



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vviiekkas the Corporation of the 

City of VlctoViu has iirnuiKi'il an agree- , 

ment with the Brttisjh I • •■ >. tui.i ,i Tele- 
phone Company, which arrangement in 
wet forth In an agreement approved by 
the Council and executed bj the Cdm- 
pany, anil which Bald' agreement ,Je In 
the words ami figures following 
(Copy Agrei'ii'iriil i 
THIS i&DBNTURE mad< In dupli ft** 
this ninth day of August, in th< yeaj of 

Our LorJ Out Uiuusuntl r. and 

ten - « ,—- 

BETWEEN: 

THE COKfOUATinx ()]•" Till: CITY 
OF VICTORIA, 
(Hereinafter called the CITY) 

of the first part 
— and — 
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE 

COMPANY. LIMITED 
(Hereinafter called the I'u.MPANI I 

ni' the Second Part: 
WHEREAS the Company oa rlea orf a 
telephone business in the Oitj oi • 
torla. in tin- Province of Bsiilsh 
bia, and oarriea Its cables and wins upon 
po'es pl ace d In the streets of the i'U\; 
AND WHEREAS the Company at the 
request of the city ha- to re- 

move Its said poles, cables and wins 



It'll, qr at the option of the Company 

io be redeemable at any time upon six 
months' notice to ihe debenture holders, 
such debentures In either case to bear 
Interest thereon, at the rate of four per 

rem. (4%) per annum on Ihe ^lst da> of 
January and .Inly in each vear. 

7. When the City Electrician or the 
City Engineer shall eertifj In writing 
that the Company have expended $25,- 

000 ">i on said works, the City Will hand 

over and deliver to the Company deben- 
tures, being a portion of the said issue of 
thi jpar value of $2S;00O.0Q, an. I there- 

•''"/' whenever an additional $.'[,, uOu. 00 

shall have been expended and have been 
so certified by the said Engii i o) Elec- 
trician the >'u.\ will hand over and de- 
liver n. the Company further dehentuxaa 
of the par value or $2fii I "ii in each in- 
stance mull the Company shall have ex- 
pended the sum of f75,0OO.00 and shall 
have received debentures of a pai value 
of thai sum. The city win hand over lo 
the said Company the balance of the said 

''"•'Mores when the City Engin 

City Eh-ci i Ician shall Inn e cert Ifled that 

Etta wool thi w ork mentioned Ln i 'ar- 

agraph (2) hereof has been completed 

t. The Cltj .-hail upon the sufficient 
• omplet Ion of I he to 01 i< of establishing 
and, consl ■ ■ • i ion of the said conduii 
torn give authbi n > arid surfer and per- 

'"It the I , ,,m|,an,\ to rxolush , Ij os, „,ud 

operate 'the same and. to maintain, recon- 
struct, alter and repair the cable* mn-. 

duits, wires and other apparatus so con- 

-' no, led f.,i- ihe pin pose of 1 suppjyii 

tWeph . . Ice until default for 1 hj ■ e 

■ made on i lie part ©4 1 he faele- 

Company in the ps ent in the 

:li provided for: 

PRl »V 1 1 iEl ', thai should the Company 

at any time within three months tftei 

such default pa) to the City the 



from Vertain suits', ;',;.,:,,! ' . !»> and interest then in default to- 



forth and to place lis cables •: 1 wires 
In undergroun Lite In streets here- 

inafter mention, d and to providi tervice 
by means -of underground conduits and 

poles in the interi 1 i„ ■ .. , having 

connection with the condu I • said 
st reeta; 

AND W HER E \ \ j the provisions 'of 
Section fift> (fun, subsection is (a) and 
18 (b) of the- Municipal. Clauses Act, the 

parlies he,, -1 •. ,. the right to provide 

for such work to b ly thejCpmpany 

at the expense and cost of theTci'ly; 

AND WHEREAS it has been bo agreed, 

Nl ,\V Tl n !. ORE THIS IN I 

TORE WITNESSETH thai In consl 

Hon of the premises ami of the mutual 
covenants herelnaftei n tajned, and of 
the sum' of One Dollar (S1-.n0) or I 
money of Canada paid by each of the 
parties I • ■ :., to the other of them' (the 
receipt whereof Is hereby by them re- 
spectively acknowledged) and parties 
hereto mutually' covenant as follows: ■ 

1, The Company will lm ly en- 

deavor to secure such .rights, of way or 
easements over or through private pro- 
perty within the area hereinafter men- 
liin.-i and also propert! oittlng on 

k,,m street between .Douglas and 
Street* and on fates Street' from : 
las to Quadra Streets as thev may del m 
r^cessirv for the purpose aforesaid.: 
Should (he Company not be able to Ts e- 
P'lre without payment therefor, all the 

rights of way or easements for such pur- 
pose, the City undertakes to h 
provide same under their powers In said 

Act sei out 



system for the cat of c.iides ami 

wires for the pop. and only for the pur- 
poses of the Cnmnany's- business, within 
the area hocked by the following 
streets of the 1 - !t v. n;u>>e' v 

Wharf Street. ' Humboldt. Diiuclay; 
Rurdette A-enno. Rlnnchard. Cormorant. 
Store, ami '.TnHr«nn Streets, as shown On 
♦be p'an at 'ache, 1 he--et o • ant also ri>\ 
T,-«irt Street r r 

Street a-'i V: t from D.mglns to 

• !>r-> St reels. i, 

WJthln anrh nre-i t'-e Cemoany e 
"it" on o- hefot-e tbe rath day of Ancust. 
.*. P. 101?. to potnnletely remove a" 
fie'r nresent overhead eonat'atim and 
p ^Mnrennt o f n o'^s. and w)'-es. provide d 
eTT stie'i rt «*rmr nH,l e-i",""u»nt- «-linll lir>\-n" 
V><vn-i ohtntred f-n ' -• Hffnrm, the !• 
r' .Inn-irv, \. T> jiii, tfftn renderin- to* 

„i, r ,,. r .,,,^ „.... „ f tho company ■■< 
factory service. 

S. For such purpose the Company 
shall have authority • to ' enter upon all 
and every road, street, alley,' or thor- 
oughfare within the said area, and Ptort 

h.M-A ■ i lUglaS and 

Streets, and fates Street Prom Do 
to- Quadra Streets, 'and to di^ up tin- 
road bed thereof, subject, however. In. 
and the Company shall first obtain, the 
written direction of Ce Cltv' Eng ineer 



1 with Intei • -1 ,,ii ihe overdue in 
terest at the rati ■ Pivi pei cent 
per annum- then tl rtgl of user of 
I ,- Company shall continue In ail te- 
as if no defauU , 
9. The Company- shall from and after 
U of such handing over of such' 
debentures and during the whbli 

' make a senil-annu , ent to 



and Sinking fund upon the amount Of the. 
said debentures on the ifitb I .lanu- 

ary and July in each year. 

10. Upon payment by the Company of 
all the semi-annual payments of Inter- 
est and sinking fund upon the said de- 
bentures the City will grant and convey 
or otherwise transfer to the Company 
free of encumbrance tbe whole of the 
works so to be con | and substitu- 

tions and additions thereto and which 
have been hefeih agreed to be vested in 
the City amr~aiso all rights, property 
powers and privileges obtained 1, 
Company or the City as aforesaid 
Joyed by the City under said sub-sec- 
tions is (a) and 18 ib). so far a 
same relate to telephones, to tie 
that the, .City shall Vest in the Company 
all the title the Cily shall hnve In the 
underground system to be completed un- 
der tin ment. 

'n event 0* the Company requiring 

redeemable 



as provided in clause *) hereof, then the 
Company may at any time hereafter pas 

v a sum which added tO the 
t of sinking fund which at the 
time of such payment shall - 




structed, which have been herein agr 1 

to be vested In the Clt\- and 

rights, powers and privileges obtained 

bv the Company or the city as afofi 

or enjoyed by the Cltv -under said sub- 
sections i« 0,1 or is thi. t« th, 

•y shall vest in th- Company all 
the title the City shall' have in |i. 

dertrroiifid system to be conTpIeted under 
this agreement. 

he Company shall 
find 1 atei open -up. 

truct, alter, maintain, or repair all 
OT any of the duits. .,, 

any repair 6f the fix turns- or ap- 

paratus used in connection w'lth th- 
system' th. cdmpany shall -have 
nmvi.r. -i-i v s o . f ar- -u s th e C ltv ni p aull i or- 



l.-e,| (o give the same. ,, .,„,, 

and If necessary, shall for 
suclv purpose have, up dning per- 

mission from the City Engineer power to 
block or divert the vehicular 01 
»er traffic ternporarilv 11 s may be Sano- 
by such permit: 

>YT!>i;i.. however, tlvat the work- 
shall be carried out as expeditiously and 
with as little Inconvenience to the nubile 

- as possible, and the streets, or 
tpred or replaced In the same 
condition .as before the work 111 repair 
commenced^ . 

e. la. TRe'Compaiiy und when re- 

to do in writini/. to alti 
change, at -Its own expens e, the loi 

luff: cable, wire 6r other appIT- 

or affl x e 'd to the' in 



pointed the Returning Officer of the said 

vote. 

E. W. BRAl.il, EV, 

• —Art+n-g-C. M C. 
City Clerks Office, Victoria. R. C, 
August 17th, 1IM0. ' ; • 



A BY-LAW 



l.\ WITNESS WHEREOF the parties 
hereto have caused their jeepeotlve cor- 
porate seals to be hereunto affixed the 

day and year first above written. 

The Corporate Seal of the Corporation 

,,1 the Cllv or Victoria was hereunto 
affixed In the presence of: 

[Seal] 

The Corporate Seal of th e British Colum- 
bia Telephone Company, Limited, was 
hereunto affixed in the presence 

of: 
I seal ] W. KAKKKN, President 

1 ; ko. h. 1 1 a lsi:, s, cretan 

ami WHEREAS the expense and cost o| 
Of the work within the said mea and i v \ 

tensions ih.-icof. as ln P aragra p h 2 of 
said agreement set out, is estimated at 
Otti- hundred thousand, dollars <$im>.- 

1 mi. and It Is pfn'posed by this liv- 

i,mv to authorise the raising of said 
sums ami tin- delivery of the authorized 
debentures at such times as the same are 
required to be delivered undiu the terms 
of 1 he Bald agreement 

\ sii WHEREAS a petition under Sec- 
tion B9 Of I In- M uniclpal < Manses Art has 
been presented io the Municipal I'ounell 
of the Corporation 6f tae Cltj of Vic- 
toria, signed by the owners of more than 
one ten 1 h of re ii pi opel-tj In 1 he City 
,,f Victoria as shown io the last < ■ ■• 
Assessment Boll, recinesttng the City 
■Council to Introduce a Bj Law to raise 
ild sum ,,i One hundred thousand 

dollars i tl"" 0.00.00) In and fot thi pill 

noses aforesaid ahd the Colincll desire 

l" five effect t'd SUCh petition In man- 
ner hi reins fter appearing ; 

AND WHEREAS the whole rateable 
land no! 1 1 1 1 1 • i-, ■ \ ementi o 
of the Cltj of Victoria accoi ling t,, i he 

last n vised Vase ; Boll for the 

year 1910 was 132 08».987.0O; 

AND H IH-:i;i:as ihe ■ d J , mount re- 
■(■ii!-. • 1 t,, be raised annually bj rate for 



1 /.. , ■ ■ ' ■ ■ ■ » '■ w ' ' ' • ' " '- " 

No. 516, the '.'Sewer Loan Guarantee 
By-law, 1908; No. 657, the "Sewer I^oan 
rwan "Ouarantee By-law, 1909/' No, 692, 
tin, ''Sewer Loan Guarantee By-law, 
1900 (No. ■-'),■• No. 616, be sufficient- to 

provide tlie_anmial. Lntarest on the 

moneys from time to time borrowed on 
the security of the debentures Issued 
hereunder, and the annual sinking fund 
for the payment of the principal 
moneys due upon the debentures Issued 
hereunder shall, immediately upon i 



city Treasurer and placed by him to a 
separate, account with the bunkers of 
the Corporation of Victoria, and there- 
out, shall be paid the coupons or, Interest 
upon tha said debentures Or borrowed 
moneys, as the same shall from time 
to time fall due, and the moneys to pro 



ng an annual sinking fund for the 

.ar of ' h, -ai.i debt jK&hln 
fifty (50) years le I thousand six 

hundred and fifty-five dollars ($4,- 

., 

\.\ I i \\ Ii I.I., I La ■■■ may not 



the City equal In amount to the Interest jive altered, ,,? ,,,.:..! except with the 

consent of th- LJ itant-OoVeVnor^n- 
Coum 

xow THEREFORE the Municipal 
Council of the - ! ion of I 

Victoria enacts us foil,,-- 

1. The term at herein- 

before fully set out in ' tal of this 

By-Law shall be, and the same are here- 



To Enable the Borrowing of a further 
sum of 9SO,0OO, secured upon the 
frontage Kents OV Taxes and Sewer 
Connection meutal, with the guaran- 
tee of the Cltr Of Victoria.. # 

WHKUEAS, ll Is Intended to borrow 
upon tin* security of rents or taxes and 
sewer, connection rentals, imposed by i l " } 

the Sewers liv-law, iiuiMN',,. -nun, the .vide the said unuual sinking fund shall 
further sum of '$r,n, io be expended D ? placed on deposit, and with the Inter- 
In and for the extension of the s.wis;^' Ihrreon. shall be allowed to accu- 
N , 111,1,1 the CilV Of Victoria and the r ,. milium- and thereout shall he paid the 
payment to dVoperty own,.. ,,l' a sum nr J ncl P a * moneys borrowed, ,-is, the _sald 

iii \ anrcd. foi special Bswer 
construction, under by-law No. 694: 

AMi WHEREAS; it Is proposed to, 
n\vr the guarantee of tin- Corporation 



It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
in his discretion to alternatively cause 
each of the said debentures to be made, 
executed and" Issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling, and one. If necessary, for 
a less sum In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized issue. 

3. The said debentures shall bear date 
Of the day after the final passing of this 
By-law, and shall be made payable in 
twenty-five years from said date, at 
such place, either ln , the Dominion of 



eipt thereof, be set aside by the said i Canada, Great Britain., or the United 



for securing the tponeya so intended to 
ha borrowed • 

AM • VY II Kit HAS, lie- Bald "S- w 61 9 

1902," was validated by Section 88, 01 
i lhapter •-. of IJie statutes of 19DS- 1 In 
so tar as frontage rents ,,i taxes and 
■ ,■«', i donnectlon ftental were thereby 
assessed and levied upon the owners of 
iai,,i and i, ml, linns, and pfawei was glv- 
,-n by the reciting section to revoke and 
i , icind t he assessmeril and le i \ made 
by the s.u.i ir, n lug i ; law upon occu- 
of land and bjiJidjjlHs and such 

ment and le» > hi Ltd occupfr ei 

was accordingly revoked b; rm -aewers 
B a.w, i '.in-.:. Amendment pj la w . I -i " I" 
inunibo: , d 124): 

ami WHEREAS, Hi" amount" oj the 

said frontap U or tu ces and si w ei 

connection rentals, chargeable for the 
year 1910 is < itecU 

the sum "of * I - • • t 

! upon the security of 

under i he pi ! of thi 

Loan, Guarani W, 1902," No 

"The Si-,-. ' o Guarantee By-law, 

158, ' " 3 ■ f Loan Huar- 



payin,. i i di hi i* 1 ill l>o cr- . i , Sew- 

i the Interest thereon, and for ,, Loan i By-law, 1908," No, 






i 

law. Hiii!«." Nil 58*, and lie i I Loan 
Guarahl . law 1909, t.N'o :')" NO. 

a i a 



6H). 



ded Ui'be borrowed pursuant to this .By- 
law will lie primarily charged and s>- 
curi-d upon the fri rents Or taxes 

and 80V tals, as- . 

and Levied and i collected annually 

under the 'authority of the said "Sewer 
By-law, Hiii:',' now unencum | 

amounting I ■ U; 

AND amount re- 

quired to be collected annually from 



debentures issued her eund er shall from 

I (the tO t inn h me due. 

:i. This By-law shall, before the final 

passing Ihi-reo.J'. receive the assent of 

in,- electors of the said Corporation in 
the manner provided tor in tin; Munici- 
pal Clauses, Act, and shall take effect 
on th, i.i\ after the final passing there- 
of. 

LO, This By-law may not be altered or 
repealed save with the consent of the 

l.i oi i,ant-(;Tovernor in ( (OUnCil, 

1 I. This By-law shall be" i Bed aw the 
S> \\ ,'i Loan . i lua ran ler H\ law, 1810." 
iMssed tin- Municipal Council on the 
15th day of August, 1910. 

TAKE n'utick thai the above "-Is a 
true cop) of the proposed n> law, upon 
which the vote of a Miinldpaliti will be 
taken at the bulldl-hg known' as numbers 
1117 and (419 ( .Mr .M, -sum's Bnihi 
Br,, .oi Street, on Mondaj (he 28th nay 
of August, 19Bi. that the polls will b* 
pen bel w i en i he h ~b of 9 o'clocli 

i m .ti"l 1 " c'lork p.m., and i ha! M i W 

W, Northcott has been appointed the 

ll, -turning Offtcer of the said voti 
K. W. BRADLET, 

Ailing i ' M .< '. 

City Clerk • Iffli 

Victoria. U.C . Aug 17th, 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



To Authorize the Use of Corporate Lanili 



AND. WHEREAS, tbe moneys Int.m- at Spring Kldge for School Purpo«e« 



T>y a,- - i and the British Columbia u,,. sai ,| frontagi 



■ i rompany, Llmlti 
authorised to have, hold and exercl 
rights and privileges In the said agree 



sewer' connection rentals lb pay in 



WHEREAS oi, th, application ol the 
Board of School Trustees the Council 
have :■ solved to granl the* corporate 
lands at Spring Bidgo hereunder de- 

soribed, ala am oi $i;i.ooo in aid of 

for , the School Board, of 
abutting lands, the whole to be used as 
and for a High School Site,. also to do 
certain WOrl tl e to? site suitable. 

said sum of $18,00(1 to be raised with the 
I rate for the year 1910, and the 
of said works to be ra <h the 



'' '"-, H mds within fifty 

to the covenanta. conditions, and restrtor the amount to bi ny the 

'.tiding on the said • ompany Ifl „ Ull , 6 , d additional sum of 

ild agreement set forth. 
j. Forthwith after the requlsltn 
sent of the electors of tin f Vic- 

toria entitled to vote thereon shall have 



po„ the said aggregate debtor *b '.''I,'*' J' ;u *' '",'' *f.WJ 19 , 10 \L°" aml 

and to repay the said debts by sir.kii.. ?f , mav _. b . e ^ U,6< * for ">' tnf - ' 



12,000, and to repaj tin 

debt by sinking fund' is' »:128, 
making together the aggi m of 

,mi having regard t.,, additions 
January 1st. 1910,". estimmt 

.mated that there w ill not 
bo' S" 



.Avon to the final paSsage Of this 

torth- 

Witll be BXe'CU rat bui. 

and the eement wTii-n ' ■ • rarer! 

shall forthwith be carried Into •■ 

• i»ii, and the said B 
ment so executed Is herisby lm 

form part 

I be read with, this By I. aw in so 

the san ■ narits 

oh the part of the Corporation and by tha 

Corporation b 

::, it shall be lawful fot the Mayor of 
the Corporation of- the '' •" tne- extension of u\o 

to borrow upon tl ten) Of ol the 

Corporation, by wany of tha debeiuture ice of the 

hervin after mentioned, from any per- ■ same, and. in -making provision foj 
so,, or persons or body ,,r bodle t of principal. Interest an, I 

ate. who may be Willi- liking funds w! are bor- 

same as a loari.^ a sum of money not ex- li the same, and 

ceeding iri the whole the sum 'of One in BUCh manner and itt such tin 
hundred thOUSanB dollars 1 1 HlO.nim iinl , times ->is the Man- ncil shall 



AND WHEREAS. It proposed to 

mi of t.-.ii.niMi upon de- 
bentures as hereinafter appearing: 
• AND WHEREAS, bj the said i 
By-law. .- aid frontage ren.te 

or taxes and s,-w : , r oil rentals 

I irrled 

to a joint fund entitled 'The. SeWer 

I and Sewer Tax l ; "uni|.", an4 are 

f ' 



currency, or sterling money, TRTbj 

Of t 86 2-:t dollars to the ope | 

i.K.-ii.ii'l to cause all such sums so 
raised or receh ed to be paid' im 
Of the Treasurer of the sail 
poritlon for the purposes and with the 
herv-inh, lUld..- 

i 1 1 shall be Inwfttl for the said 
Cause any- number of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and Ii 
for the sum of One hu ndred tin- 



who shall hailfi sob- antl 

at what particular point and gt what 

liartlcular t-ime the 

alley or thoroughfare shall be diiR up. 

and In what order as to time among the 

various street 

PROVIDED, however, thai the said 
work .shall be carried out ■ Ittlous- 

ly as possible with as Httle ,t.-l position In said block or any of them I designated thereon, and shall ha 



ra (9100,000.00), either in currency 
or sterling nioi the rate 

said I. each Of tin- ',-nturi.-s being 

of the amount of Due thousand dollars 
< fl.ooo.oo) or its sterling equivalent fat 
the rate aforesaid)) and ail such deben- 
• • sealed with the seal of 
the snid Corporation and signed ! 
i thereof.' ; 

It ■-ball also be lawful for the said 
' in his discretion alternatively -io 
cause the- benturea to be made, 

exc-nti-d and issued fdr an amount of 
£100 sterling.' and one. If n, for 

a" l e as mim in stnf-llng 
plete the authorised issue. 

r,. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the -1st dav of .lanuary, A I '. 1911. 
and shall be made payable In flftv 
from said dat'e. at such Plfoe or : 



trout. time to time think expedient And 

Tt is desired by this By-law t 
ncil provision; 
THEREFORE, thi Municipal Council 
of '; tWe v Corporation "f the City of Vic- 
toria enacts as fi , 

1. Th- 'moneys, i drr this By- 

law shall, be ex onstruc- 

tion i'n and for the purpose cmf- 

eraJly ■•mentioned- In this 'fey-lew, 



Tor no 'other purpose. 

• shall be lawful for the Mayor of 

■rpiiruHoti of the city of Victoria 

in borrow upon t ; ;ly. primarily. 

■ I frontage rents or taxes ahd 

ion rentals, and by w 

said 

oration by way of debentures her*- 

r mentioned, from any person or 

i'S, oY I" who may 

be willing to ad vai ■ ban. 

• y not- exceeding , in the 

sum of $60,000 currency or 



*-^,, ' j. ■ _ i . , v- , , , - , . i i on i p»*n u -o.n i >-. iti mi, ii 1 1 up- 1' hi pim-fs 

of the nlock* pursuant toL,llior in the Dominion of Can,,,!. 

of this agreement and re- , }rHfl[n or tl , P rn it"d st,- 
same n some other convenient nB m 1n t| „. ,„ sc ,. Ption nf . thl , M 



ene'e to the public trnffn '"' so often as such alteration 



and all and every si Streets re- 

stored or replaced in the same condition 
as before the work or repair, waa 
menced. / 

4. The Company agrees to provide. 
erect, and maintain all requlsUe bar 
riers, fences and other propel* protection 
and to provide, keep and maintain \SUCh 
watchman, and lights with red glob 
_may be necessary, or as may be. ordered 



and replacing Is made necessary by 
on of the construction of a new building, 
rebuilding or the alteration*- or extension 
of any building In said block or any of 
on! so that the Conn, an-.- will at all 
times do and execute all necessary works, 
i -• and things which new conditions 
In real property affected mnv require. 
AM) shall have the 

right tO nnply to the i\.nrt for approprl- 



by the"*'" Engineer In relief in said "premises notwlthstand- 

safety to the public as well ^ti- l"f thai it may suffer no damage or no 
gaged about the premises or works; and special . damage by reason of such de- 
agree, where It is practicable fp"the City fault 

Engineer's opinion to keep any. r Except as herein set forth nostatu- 

open for travel for the use of.the public, -r right • ty or "f the 

for such width as the City Engineer • -rogated or waived by 

direct. The Company also agree; >f this »f ffreen^flrjt. AJ*jer 

i lie a .sufficient number of . . n'y. will not in any 

THOROI'OHl-'ABl-;'' or other proper BO- City 1 

Hces which they must cause or at an> future 

placed and main i a i nod in good order in erhead telephone 

conspicuous places H'ln'ri'i*'!- any road em and BUbstituti 

way, sidewalk or thoroughfare Is ; ilts in m 

Up OT dangerous, and so H it re any 

mains unsafe or unfinished, and v for their telephone 1 system; 
i • work Is carried on at night thc-Com-', the City shall iiot al any tin 



tacl.cd to them coupons for the. payment 
' and the signatures to theln- 
terest coupons may be either written. 
stamned. printed or lithographed. ", 

ter^ai ; ! ^:;';::r < wr^i tfl i'^MS 

date thereof, whI Ch in- ' • M,,a!l '"' lavvfl " fur ""'-«ald 

terest shall bi b half-yearly mi 



the 21 t .lanuary and the -1st dav 

of July during the currency of tl 
bentures, at such plan- or places elthi 

■h.-r In i-ui-r-,:, y or sterling im 

- the Knlted Siat.-s of Al " ' :| '" 0*4 - dollars tO 



dollars to the one' pound sterling, 
and to ra Use all such sums so ran 

■ ■d to be paid into the hands of the 
■ trer of <lte, said Corporation for 
ind with the object herein- 
referred to. The -said guarantee 
of the city tu Ui contained ln . the 

a shall be in the following 
as near thereto as may be: 
"Tin ot of the principal moneys 

and ; eon under tills deben- 

ture at the respective > dates when i the 
same fall due under the f this 

debenture, is her, b in teed by the 



i to cause any number of d". 



' I and Issued 
for such' sums as paired.' not 

ling, iiow ever, tie- sum of J 

■ 

the 



debenture and BOUna * 'WrUbg), each of the said deben 
on. tui' nit of $1,000 or 

7. if the British Columbia Tele: - sterling equivalent (at the rate 



Company, Limited, so request in writing 

before the Issuance of the, first 

said debentures, , luthrir- 

i-,-,-1 hereunder .shall he marked "Re- 
Mr at pa; ,-,t , the ootion of .the 

City uoon giving six months nol 

the holder thereof: such ' tplrlng 

-on any Interest ,! , I In such case 

sorb debentures shall- be taken by the 
holder thereof, mileo-t |,, |!,„ 
of redemption 




done or omltti the"coio- points wltjiln the Interior of each block, o Dnriri't tbe cor-,..,, - v ,,f n. m ■ 

.,„„,. *,... , I, « n „,ln„llnn n P ,1,.. ,.,.1.1 : ,.' ablll I I III' niuai-uuk. ul i-.wm u'llio l',,m,i!lllv. , , . . . ' ll,| O" 



pan. for the protection of t 



i hern Khali '■ -n.-illv 




Btreel between D ipany fni ■ , r i'„i - n,,.,, t -«...i -ptvtt 

Stre,i "iiiiv or. Cllv upon completion Iheirof In' cl r| f M-.fl , ., ,v,",i | '.,',. J ', • 

raph ( i shall f ■ ,n.' n v 

■ii' l" d%: as ihe hies, | o-ild . (\nrlng' i ai.-.h of the Bald f'ln- (BO) 

be and be ■ ■ I "" nrpn»rtv of land all their poles. ..and such conduits 

B nd for i,ll OUrpOSi " ■ " led l-i I ' 



oubject only to the fTcfnslv'e rif-bt ierty ,,r [he Company, and the CI i-y there r. ■ r n ( . 

IjSer hereinafter orovlded: and |n MVe J Will egeCUte to the CnrrjPari-V all i.'i-ants [ (ho ,v'ertrn;s ,, , , , nn ,, 

manner all sobs! It ot hoo- for and : in ( he Company tie th,- -,.,'|., t\,„ Af,,„t f .| 

rtttlcna to the i ■' . , ■ • ,-hts of way or ■ ■ t ■ ■■'; ..■• ■-■■n' 



aid) , an d all li ue h-dprir'TfnTrrs 
,bd with the seal of the said Cor- 
porate Igned by the Mayor, there- 
of. 

It Shall be lawful for tin- said ' 
In his discretion to n-lter nal I . • 
• •neb of the said debentures • t ,, be mop 
1 1 d Issu m amount of 

y. for 
a Ut9* smo in sr-i.llng money to 
plete the authorized li 

i . 'ihe said di ' ■ inn bear date 

flaj ,;ii in- the final passing ■ 

tnd diall hi ■', In (ift\- 

ITnni the sahl , ; llch place, 

either in the Dominion of Canada7~i 

Brllain .or TTTr"'t'nili d. States pf I 

a,s may '"• de'slgnsteti th ind shall 

have attache,! to them eoupops for ( ),, . 

payment of im tnd the 

• 
wrli ted or litho* 

'" gfai'lu'd". 

■"iTT- Th* sifill debentures whait bear ln- 

ii the rat oi Co u r'-p a r flen ' t: ' per ' 

annum from the date (hereof, tvhich In- 

shail he paynbla I ly on 

lanuary and the ^ist 

t July, at such rUace, either In the, 

'!' ■" Britain, or 

idled S'ta'le: if Amei lllliv 

III, the il i rou- 

- 
all. be lawful I'm i 
In cause tin 

i coupons, either ot both, to be 

ible al such place. , tHrer In 
the I mmlnion Itain, 

or the United S 

,d 

,' ,. it shun i,e inn in! i r the S 

, ei, I , orpor.it Ion to dispnsv of I h 



f the works 
Municipal council of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of Victoria enacts, as 
follows: 

1 It shall lie lawful for the Council to, 
us,- i lands ,1 ereinafter de- 

1 purposes! 
Bnscription of I>ands 
'ions forty -eight tlljj and forty- 
nine iB'i; ' 

i.'it eighteen. (1R) «if Section Fifty- 
tin-. ■: 

Lots •(•'. -li". -IT', "F", of Section flf- 

■ eh (67), Mat, 12^: 
Ban one hin • d fifty-five | 

i,"i bv forty-four til) feet of S- 
Fifty-eight (88). In a struare block In the 
Southwest corner 

D". "B*\ ••K", of Sec- 
r (54 ). Map 12.1: 

South half 1%) Of Section Sixty-five 

• one hundred and fift> -five. ( 1-55) 
-. eight i - - ' of North 

half • Hon Stxl - 86);' 

South half , ■ • Ion I-"ift ■ 

(54); i ' " thereof convej ed 

by M • Oeorge Stelty by 

deed dated tl STffrciV 1 89 ■ :. „ ,' 

All in Spring Ridge,, Victoria City, and 

said lands shall henceforth be' held by 

Ion, for ■ i-poses. 

,nr said sum of $1 000 shall lie 



(-tales of America, as may be designated 
thereon, and shall have attachrd to them 
coupons for/the payment of Interest, 
and the signature of the interest cou- 
pons may be either written, stamped, 
printed, lithographed or engraved, 

4. The said debentures shall hear in- 
lerest at the rale of four per rent, pei 
annum from the date thereof, payable 
half-yearly, on the -J 1st ,'lay of January 
and ^lst day of .Inly, at such place, 
In the Dominion of Canada, Great Bri- 
tain, or Ho- lull ,-fl Stales ol America, 
as may lie e.\ irrssnl in the debenture 
and COUpOri., 

;,. it aball in- lawful for the said 

Mayor to cause the .said drbrntures and 

interest ecu pens, either or both, to be 

made payable at Sueh place, either in 
the I 'oinmion of Canada, (ireai Britain, 
or the United States of Aotnerloa, as may 

be desired 

6. It shall be lawful for the Mayor 

of the said Corporation-" to dispoi I 

the said debentures ai a rate below par, 
and to authorize the Treasurer to pay 

out of the sums SO raised h\ tin- sub- Of 

the said debentures, all expenses con- 
nected with the preparation and engrav- 
ing or lithographing of tha debt tltutv B 
and coupons, or any discount or .com- 
mission or other charges Incidental to 
i he sal,- of i li,- sani d< bi nturt .- 

7. ii deemed ads [sable bj the Mayor 
there shall, i n the said deo< tituj ■ i • 
reserve,; p, the Corporation the right 

.; ,, .n i v future ^consoliaatTon of the 
debenture Indebtedness of the City to 
t ihsiitui, debentures of such consoiida 
in.n sernted upon the credit of the City 
generally. Such 'Consolidated deben- 
tures shall contain the like. covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as ar,- con- 
tain! d -ii i he debent uri *, issued i a pur- 
tanci i Bus By-law, und In each de- 
i hereunder 6 lause con- 
Biich substitution may—be 
inserted 

8. Cor the purpose Of raising annually 
the required sum for the payment of the 
Interest on the said debentures .d/irlng 
their currency, ' there shall be raised an- 
nually the sum of $XuD0, and for the 
payment off of the debt at maturity 

shall be raised annually the sum 
of $1,200.60. and both sums shall be 
raised annually by a rate sue 

for on all rateable land and im- 
provements oi ''ii property In the City 
of Vli luring the contlnuar 

the said , t [res, or any c them, 

9. This 1 ^ the final 
ng thereol • 'Tie assent of 

tors' of the said I'orporation In 
■I- Munlcl 

pal Cla i VCt, and shai! ■- ' 

the day after the tlnal passing thereof. 

10. This By-law may be cited as the 
• oi Loan' By-law, l'JiO." 

Pass, , I the Municipal Council on the 
16th day of August. HHO. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of toe proposed By-law, upon 
which the. vol, ,,| a Municipality will bp 
taken at the building known as Numbers 
1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's Building). 
Broad day.-the 29th day 

of August, 1910. that the polls will be 
kept open between the hours of a.m. 
and 7 p.m., and that Mr. W. W. North- 
■ ott has-been appointed the Returning 
officer of the said vol 

D, \V. BHAl'l.KV. 

Acting C.M.C. 
City Clerk's i >f tbe. .' 

■rla. B.C., Aug. 17th. 1910.' 



said debentures at a rate below paof, and 
to authorize the Treasurer to pay out of 
the sumo so raised by the sale of the 
said debentures all expense connected 
with the preparation and engraving or 
lithographing of the debentures and 
coupons, or any discount or commission, 
or other charges Incidental to the sale 
of the said debentures. 

7. If deempd advisable by the Mayor, 
there shall, in the said debentures, be 

reserved to the Corporation the, right 
upon any future consolidation of the 
debentures indebtedness of the City to 
(♦ubstltute debentures of such consolida- 
tion secured upon the credit bl Uie city 

generally. Such consolidation deben- 
tures shall contain the liko covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained ln the debentures issued in. pur- 
suance of this bylaw, and Iri each de- 
benture issu«d hereunder a clause con- 
ditioned for such Substitution may lie 
Inserted. 

K. For ihe purpose Of raising annu- 
ally the required sum for the payment 
of the Intereei on the said debentures 
during their riirrency. there shall be 
i, used annually tin- sum ol $8,000, and 
for tin- purpose of creating tin- sinking 
I'liud aforesaid for the payment off of 

the d,i,t at maturity there shall be 

raised annually the sum of $491.26 and 

both said sums shall he raised anouall. 

by 8 rate strffclani therefor on all rate 

aide land ami Improvements or real 

property In the cily of Vi c tori a during 

the continuance of the said debentures" 

or any of them, 

B. This bylaw shall before the final 
passing thereof receive -the assent of 

the electors of the said corporation in 

the manner provided for In the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the fifth day after »the final passing 
thereof. 

I", This bylaw may tu- cited as the 
Dallas Road Foreshore Bylaw, liiio. 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
i -I h day of August, i:i ! a. 

TAKE XOTICK that the above Is a 
tin, .epy ot the proposed bylaw, upon 
Srh h th, \ut, of the municipality will 
be laken . at_jLha building known aa 

Nun ■. iiiv ind 1419 I Mr. Weston - 

building) Broad street, on Monday, the 
dav of August. 1910, thai th< polls 
win be kept open between the hours of 
9 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m., and 
that Mr. w. \\ Northcotl has been an 
pointed thi Returning officer of th© 
said vote. 

E. V7, BRADLEY. 

ting C.„M. C. 

e-rty :; Clerk'B Office, Victoria, B. C, 
Au goat 17th, 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



A BY-LAW 



To Banc $75,000.00 for the Protection of 
the Forevliore of Dalian Road 



WIIHBKAS the council of the Corpor- 

atlo n oi ' t he City of Victoria havaneeidrd 

, that it is necessary to erect a permanent 

, orate moneys and raised, protection against the action of the sea 

"". for ,'."', *™, r i i 9 _ on the foreshore beneath Dallas Hood, 

mmenclng at a- point approximately 

30p feet l-.'astetdy of wliere Montreal 
Street produced would touch tin 
slior.-'; thence Easterly along the shore 



with tin- SB 

the purpose* herein recited, and there 
shall be paid out of, thi 
in the year's '1910. 1011 and 1912 the pro- 
portion of the cost Incurred during such 



yoara- o f— M ie reeliM d-w orlrs ttp on, the najcL m j p ru xl -m 
and the said moneys so paid shall ij nl |t of 



be raised annually 'with the school rate, 
n. This Bv-iuw shall before 

ng thereof- receive the ,f the 

s of the City entitled to vote on 
■ wis. 
(. This By-law may for all purposes be 
■in' "Soring Ridge Bands Au- 
thority B\-1,'(W." 

ed the Mnniclnal Council this 15th 
Of Aoimst 1010., 
TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true cony of the proposed Bv-lnvy. noon 



ig mone.v, at the rate of -^UUi. .sthlch the vote of a Munlclualitv Will be 



taken at the building known, iis Vnmbern 
1417 a-..i lilt i Mi- M. st'im's Bull ding) 
,i Mondav the 21th. dav of 
Auirust. HtlO.that th*> polls will be kent 
open bet"-een the hours of o'clock a.m. 
end 7 o'clock p m.. and that Mr. W. W: 
Northcott '-is l,een unpointed the Re- 
turning Office"."* ",n said vote. 
V • -V MH.KV 



Acting C. H C 
cttv Clerk's office. Victoria. B C, 
August Uth. 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



To Baise- $50,000 for School Purposes. 

WHEREAS, the Council of the c,.r- 
poratlon of t).v city of Victoria are re- 
quired to raise Tie- sum of 150, 000 gross 
mii the requirement of the B^ard of 
Sch, ,ol Trustees, for the i ■ of.' a 

■ etlon of ■ riew school With 
school grounds at the corner of Batik 
i Brichtnn s treot.a nd ■ for cer- 
tain additions to 1 ' and gi 
at Vtotoris. West, ami for tbe Improve- 
ment of Hie school site* and grounds, rit 
Kingston street, Including in ■ 
the purchase? of the necessary—land; 
,. WHEREAS, Hi,' whole rat 
i ami Improvements or real property 
1 1 ion of 
Victoria llni to the , last 
ass.--: r>i| for 'the ". was 
: ■ , ' 
A.XII WHEREAS, the total' amount 
required tn.be raised annually by rate 

tying the 'debt Which Wll I 

ted hereunder and the interest th 

Ing an annual sinking fund 
for' t,he pavinepi off of | I debt 

wit hi n Iwi'iily-livi . , riling to 

' 
AND w I ie be as. it will require an 
if .1 1,97 of one mill oh " tl.ie 
for paving, the new debt ahd In- 
ter, st: 

a\i> WHEREAS, -this By-law may 

not b. allele,) or tep, ah- | With 

consent of U or-in- 



to the We s terly -onot 



To raise $15,000.00 for the ErectlOB~or~~ 
an Isolation Soapltal. 

\\ hereas the Council of the Corpora- 
tion of the Cltj of Victoria have dei Ided 
tt Is necessary to remodel and mod- 
ernl*ie Uie present. Isolation Hospital, 
and -to erect certain other buildings ln 
connection- therewith; 

AM'. WHEREAS, It is estimated that 

the said works will cost $20,000.00 of 

which the city, by this bylaw, provides 

10.00, and of which the Province 

of British Columbia will provltle $5,000, 

AND. WHKKKAS. the whole rateable 
land and Improvements of real property 

of' th,- said Corporation of City of 
Victoria according to the last revl 
assessment roll for the year 1'JlO, was 
$32,089^34r0<), 

and. WHEREAS, the total amount 
required' to be raised annually by rate 
paying :PJ which will 

be created hereunder and C- interest 
on, and fOr creating, an annual 
sinking fund for the payment -off- of 
the said debt within twenty-five years. ■ 
according to law, is $960.15. 

ANI>, WHI this bylaw may 

not be altered or repealled except with 

■ uisent of the Lieutenant-Governor^ 
iii-Council: 

THEREFORE, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts as follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow "Upon the credit of tin- said 
Corporation by the way of the deben- 

■ hereinafter ntentloned, — f-wm — any 
person or persons, or body or bodies cor- 
porate, who may be willing to advance 
the same aa a loan, a sum of money not 
exceeding ln the whole the sum of $15.- 



where Uewls Street produced 
would touch the seashore, protecting the 

sajd foreshore by means of a reinforced 
concrete wall on (dans approved by the 
Engineer of the. Department of Bands 
and Works,, -of the province of 'British 
Columbia and to .\ieinl from a solid 
foundation ut approximately lowest tide 
to tin- height of the finished roadway on 
Dallas Hba.l: . 

AND WHl'.BEAS It Is estimated' that 
the said work' will cost $10l),t)0i), of 
which sum the City provides by; this By- 
Law $76,000, and the Province of British 
Columbia has agreed to provide $J5,000;' 

AND WHEREAS the whole ratable 
land and Improvements or real property 
of the said Corporation of the City of 
Victoria according to the last revised' as- 



-llng money at " 



sessmenfroll for the year 1910, was $''2'.- It-wrmll.be lawftO-for tile ^Bald_M« 



thereof durlni tl w «f the ■'in 

'.Hlllllir ' I ■ r to tbe f f »- H 1 r,-,\- 

r, i'1'l 1 I ■■ ■ ' iiinv. shell be 



mme h ml b<> tin m 

lp d vest 1 

« Cr ;the ;e" o- ' 

- .rrees to ■ ,■ hie 1 ■ I ' '",>«-(, 1 he 



Otlll " elltS 

£liajij[»ftVff.,tl1e 



In niiiii-i'll'iti 
r the COm] 
.; 1 1 1 s ... t_i.lf 

■ • hi ■ ' ■ "in f,r 



final i 



■ n 



1 1 



Serilenihr' \ "O ffHO 
(,l f .r|,'r« Of the Cll y i"il i 1 



rlrr-.t )iioiipn«d ,'oli.,rs i 
1. hb-h Is Co- r-t Ito ' • 
M orkS. and upon thi 

>i\--lriw ne-recs I, ' In I'm 

. -ild -imniinf el • ' -I f< •■ 

years from the 21sl Say •'<" Jar tary, A D 



ris, i" be conf 



■ |i within the 
- 

' 
ltd debent 

IT. ' , ml , 

herein conts In ' ly 1 o 

■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 • of (tnd be binding 

to their 1 
' Resigns respectively. 



1 li on 

■ 

• ' 'b 'H '!■" e'vn-e tq p. 

Ir.,.-. eo*-i* , . ** , ' 1 , . u«i^«S 

-,-hi.eb the • -' . w' 1 " 

• n -<i 

I 1110 , - ■ M 

r>,.l|,li , 

' i" of.Ani'ii.if HHO 1 nnlbi 

' • ' IhlJ^bOo: 

7 n»>d 

thai H: w ^^" Northi oti hag | sen ap- 



se h'l \h beiitut • belOW p.l 

10 ant horl/.e 1 uri r I o pa 

im- ed by thi 

said debentures, all ■ • connected 

with the preparation and lithographing 
of th,- debentures and cue 

i ofhmlsslon ot othi 
■ 

till";. 

k.' So mi 1 1 ■ • 

1 City 

the pro the said 

, oinoli Ing with till 

law, i B02," N wet Bonn 

., ■ ■ 10 ' . N " 1 58, 1 he 

.-'•• i •;! Loas '^iini'inlee By-law, 1907," 



Council: ,. £, 

Tiii':i:i:i'"i:i'', th* Municipal Council 
,,r the Corporation of the City 01 Vlc- 

I 1 - 
.bi be lawful for 'the Mayor of 

the I '"I'll"' alien ol ! v "f '• ll 

to borrow upon t of the said 

t Corporation - By w"aj of l nttrrps 

men from any person 
i body in bodies corporate, 
,n.,\ be w llling tomdvauce tin 
limn a sum of mi ncdrm? may !„■ either, wiicen, stamped, printed 



in the whole Ho- sum of $.• -ss or. 

xtriltng money,' at Ihe rate Of ! 

dollars to the one pound sterling, 'and 

t , ram, ail BUCh sums so raised 01 re- 

i to b, pai.i Into the hands of iji" 

irer of " the said 1 lorpoi n 

the purposes and with the ohjeet:' here- 

lerltrd. 
I ill III- I.IW fill to, I),,. s;,l,l 

\i any numl 

mil Issued 
ueh sum required, not 

ling, however, the 111:11 oi 

either in ■ ling mom 

o h of the 
bentures • of $1,000, 

1, n,i all sueh debenl uret ha ■ ed 

wit h I he seal of th,' ! md I lOTpOl 
and signed by the Mayor .thereof. 



089,9: 

ASCJ). WHEREAS the total amount re- 
q ul red .to be raised annually by rate fdr 
th- ,iet>t w-iacii. will be 
d hereunder and the - interest 
thereon, and for creating 'an annual sink- 
ing fund for the payment dff of Up 
debt within fifty years, according to law 
is 4»,4»l.S*=i - , ' 

•\.\'H WIIEItEAS this By-Law maj not" 
be alterwl 'lit' repealed except with the 
consent of the Lleutenan,t-Ooveroor-ln- 
Council: 

THEREFORE the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of.the City of Victoria 
enaetS as follows: 

1. It shall be la*wful fr)T~the' Mayor of 

orporatlon of the <"lty of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by way of the debentures 

hereinafter mentioned, from any person 
or persons, or body or bodies coppi 

who may be willing to Advance the same 
loan, a turn of money not exceed- 
ing in the whole the sum of (76,000, cur- 
rency or sterling money, al the rate of 
:; dollars to the one pound sterling. 
UCh sums so ral'.ed or 
I Into 1 he hands of 1 he 
urer of the said C.ori!,:jraiii)n__for_ 
the purposes and with the object herein- 

;ted 

2. Tt shallbe lawful for the said Mnvnr 
to" cause any number of debentures to le 

, It ecu ted and Issued for such sums 
as may be required, not exceeding, how ■ 
trie: sum of $75,000.- eit-her In cur- 
io- sterling money fal the rate 

S foresaid 1 each "of the said debentures 
elng of the .amount of $l.,i'0O, and, all 



the rate of i-Sfi --'■> dollars to the one 
pound sterling, and to cause ' all such 
siims so raised or received to be paid Into 
tin hands of the Treasurer of the said 
Corporation for the purposes and with 
the object hereinbefore recited. 

2. It shall be lawful for, the said 
Mayor- to cause any number 'of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and issued 
for i?uch sums as mfty be required, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of $15,- 
000.00 either In currency or sterling 
money (at the rate aforesaid) each 'of< 
the said debentures being of the amount 
of $1,000.00 and all such debentures 1 
shall be sealed with th© seafyof the said 
Corpor ation and signed try the Mayor; 

of. 



in his discretion to alternatively causa 
a of the said d ebenture! * to be made, 
executed ahd Issued fflr' an amount of 
flan sterling, and one if nwcessary for 
a less sum In sterling motiyjy to com- 
plete the 'authorized Issue. 

3. The said debentures .Shall bear 
date of the day after the final passin« 
of this bylaw, and she He be made pay- 
able in twenty-flve years from said date, 

uch place either In the Dominion of, 
Canada 'Beat Britain or - the . United' 
States of America, as* may be designate.! 
thereon, and shall have attached to 
'them coupons for the payment of ircr 
terest and the signatures of tha it 
est coupons may be either, written, 
nipcil, printed, llthotgraphed or en- 
graved. M 

4. The said debentures , shall bear In- 
terest at the rate of foulr per cent, per 
annum from the date thereof, which 
interest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 2 1st day of January and 21st day 

•of luly, at BUcri place, either in, the Do- 
minion of Ci Great Britain, or tho 
r nited - America, ' as may bo 
expressed In the debentures and coupon. 
It shall be lawful for tho •said 
Mayor t« csiih,- th, said ,h Inrntures and 
t cOuponsr, either or both, to be 

mo! - at BUCh place, either in 

the Dominion of Canailn. Cent Britain. 



Or the United States of America, as may- 1 

be deslled . 

8. It shall be lawful for .tho- Mayor 
of the s*Hil Corporation to dispose of 
the said debentures at a rato below par, 
and to . authiiri/.e the Treasurer to pay/ 



SUCh debent ur»,s sha.il be seal", | w 1 1 li t he 1 out - of the. sums so raised' by the Balrt, 
Heal Of 'he said .CornnratioVi rind signed of the said debentures all expenses con- 



bv t be yi'ivnr thereof 

it ■hall bo lawful for the said Mayor 
ill bis discretion til alternately cause 
earh Of Hi'' said debrn tures. 1 o be made, 

eteruted llllll issued fin all llllll'lllll Of 

Stirling-, and one 'If necessary for 

11 less sum in. sterling money to. cam- 
pb.'te tbe authorized Issue 

::, The -aid debentures shall bear date 
of the fifth day after the final passing 
of this 'By-law. and shall bo made pny- 

111 fifty years from date, at such. 

■ ■it her in ,11," I 'omiulon of I 'n tlada. 
deal Britain, or the l'nii,,l siati-s of 
America, as may be designated- thi 
and shall have attached tu. them 

for the d "f Interest and 

ormftnies of the inlei.-l COllpOn 8 



Or engraved 
4. The sab! debentures shall bear In- 
terest at the rate of four per feenl per 
iinffflm from tile date thereof, which, ln- 

1 11 be payable half-yearl 
the -AUiLjjiiy of .Tan nal 
July, at sui-h piae,,. either in the 1 'p- 
minion of ''a; Britain-, or the 

l 'nited States 

pressed 'in thi - 1 nd ■ • 'Upona 

r,. . 1 1 shall be in \\ ful foi thi tld 

ild del and 

elthe; ot but h 

ibb "i such pho ■ eltlTei in 

the l >omlnlon of 1 lahada, I treat Bt ijaln 

or the United states of America, aa 

'.. desired. 

tl h&1] he iHwful for the Mayor of 



d with the preparation' and "en- 
graving or lithographing of tho deben- 
tures and coupons, or any discount or] 1 
commission or Other charges Inciden: 

to. the sair of the said debentures. ' , 

7. If deemed ndvisnhlo by tho Mayor 
shall. In the, said debentures, be 

ved to tin- Corporation tile right 
upon and future consolidation of the 

debentures Indebtedness of the city *" 
substitute debent' I such consolida- 

tion secured .upon the cfedll ojf the riiy 
rally, Such consolidation deben- 
tures shall contain the like rov> 1 
conditions and restrict Ions as ai 

1 in the debentures Issued Iri ptlr-' 
• ,,(■ ibis bylaw and In each de- 
issued hereunder n. clause con- 
ditioned for such substitution may, be 
■ '■'.,, 

1 or the purpose of raising, nnio - 
ally : m for the payjimnt, 

res 
diirtni • renqyi there 'shall be 

raised, annually the sum' of $600.00, and 

l th 

Ing" fund aforesaid for the payrm 

■ ■ ■ 

raised pi I ■ 

tally 
1 a t. 1 tfl ent ■ ; ■ 1 ' " on ill 
rateable ts or real 

1 em ha [Tie cTI oT VIcTtuTfl d 
1 he eont inuanci of 1 he aald debenl ares 
or am , of Hu'in. 

This bylaw shall before the final j 

passing thereof reee+ve t hoi a o nen t of| 



tbe stud Corporation to dispose of the the electors of the aaid Corporation laj 







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VICTOJUA bAgy coxoxist 



Wednesday, August 17, IWt 



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the man««r provided for In the Munici- 
pal Clauses Ad, un.j Kh«n take effeoi 
on the day after (he tinal passing 
thereof. 

lo.This bvlaw iimv be ..died as the 
Is- -latJcii Hospital Bylaw, 191H. 

1'Bs.wed the Municipal Council on the 
15lh day of August. 1910. 

TAKK NOTICE Hiat tin,' ii)x.v« In a 
true copy Of the proposed bylaw, upon 
which the vote of a Municipality will 
be taken at the building known *« Num- 
bers 1417 and 1410 (Mr. Meston's, build- 
lag) Broad street, on Monday. 1 1» «> "^"th 
day of August, 1910, that the polls will 
be kept open between the hours of 9 
o'clock a. in. and 7 o'clock p. in., ami 
that Mr. W. W. Northcotf has been pa ■ 
pointed the Returning Officer of the 
said vote. 

• E. W. BKAl'LLV. 

Act in* C. U, C." 
-—..City clerk's Office; Victoria, B <'■. 
Augubt 17th, 1910. ' 



ABE ATTELLIS 
EXPECTED NEXT 



Cleverest Featherweight in the 
Ring Today Now in Calgary 
and May Fight Rod Standon 
in Vancouver . . 



A BY-LAW 



To »aiae $80,000 for tue Erection of 
■ ttte PnhlUs OpnYtnisuce. 

WillOKKAS, the ecu-noil of the Cqrpo, 
ration ofc the City of Victoria have a> 
elded that it ]a necessary to erect a 
Public Convenience upon propertj " J tne 
Corporation situated "" ,l "' "<'st M '"' °* 
Government street south of the i >,,st " 
office and north of the Causeway, 

AX!>, \viikkk\s. the whole rateable 

land and Improvements oi real ,»r " \ 

of the said Corporation "< the ' "> "' 
Victoria aaeording to the las< revised 
assaaemem &U 1st the year 19JA was 

AND WIIKUKAS. tie l"lul amount 

,,., mi,,-, i to be raised annually bj rate 
for Hi,- |,:c in* -I the debt which m 111 
be created hereunder and the Interest 
thereon iui.i Cot ,-)■• -ii Ine an annual 
Sinking fund tor i ! • pal m< nt "" "• ""' 

Said debt uilliiH IVr.-iii. Iiv-. '..,-.'. s. 

cording i" law Is { i 8*0 86 

AND ffHBRBAf. this bj I lw may not 

l„- ulTefeTT-or ivr-n ted pxcept wtih fefc* 

oonsent ol the LT uTSnaivl (WW mor-In- 

Count ' . , . v, ., 

THEREFORE, the Municipal I o 

,,f the C ration oj th< ' Stj ol V lc* 

torla etYai t - as follows 

i u ana 11 I - for thi aa 

the PofpbrS .-...■<-'" 
,,, ooi -, * upoi I he c re di t ol I hi .sals 
Corpora* - ,: ' ! '' 

hereinaft er" me n ti oned, fr o m a . 
,,,- parsons, or body or bodies corporate. 
who rim • be willing to sdvai ■>'■■ - 

as 8 loan a sum of naone: not exceed- 
ing In the whol, mi of *-•".""" , m 
rencj or sterling money at the rate of 
i gfl irdi dollars to the ana pound 
a'ti rling, and to ca usa ail such sums so 
,-,| oi received to be paid Into tl • 
bands • < Etta T r easu rei ■■' the 
Corporation for the purpose ami with 
the ob> ,'),•)■ ■ '■ '' 

it shall be lawful for roe said 

.;„,MayWrAQ..CaU,Be_S" 

I .,, ... in |„, iii id, ex.-, ited and w - 

■ urns as ma be i boi 
eeding towi ■ sum of i '"- 

, , , In currency «.r sterling rn 

, ;.! I !..■ I.,'- :-.'-' '- ; ' 1 ' 1 

debentures i- log of the amom I I 

$l (.on and ail bui ; all be 

., : , . .i .- •!: the seat! of t; • 

,, ,,, :i • . ■ -i BiKtted by the. M iyo? 

' '"' ..-..■ 

it shall he ; " ■ ' 
,,, ... r.,,,, to altei nately ' « 

.,,,., ., - . , ; lehentures to ha n ad* 

,- x , , uti d and Is ued tax an amounl oi 

- a less Bun erllng money to com- 

!•:. t, ihi au1 ii »ue. 

debentures shall b>ai 
,, f | i passing' of 

■ • -,, ,,.■ payable 

In twenty-fii ea (aid dati 

Canada i Britain or the CTnlt^d 

States ' \ ■ ,rp ' 1 

, ■ . , m, and shall have d td 

th. -in ■ ,,,,|,,,.,- ; 

,.m an of the 

- ., ipons may he either wrU ■■ ••>■ d, 

printed, ii' ■ - ■■ •" l 

' ie .«al<l (lehentures shall 

t.-iest at the 

• urn from the date t ' Mch In- 

terest shall, he payable ha on 

the -I- • Hilary day 

of .Itilv. at sue - r In the 

minion B ■■■ ' ■ 

United States of America, us may be-ez- 

— f>f«iM£<i4..in- th.- debenture and coupon. 
5. i, SBal'1 be ^lawful fi - said 

Mayor to cause th- benturea 

. ither <>r both, to 
ma, l uch place, either In 

the Dominion of Canada, < 
or. the Tnii, ifes of Ansertca, as may 
, be 'h sir, d. 



VAM'dl'VKK, AUR. 16.— A1>e Attoll, 
feutherwelKlu champion boxw -^ the 
worl/l, would, like to appear in a Van- 

couvcr ring;. He- la now Jfi Calgary, 
where he will picls up »me easy 
■ni.ui.\ outpOimflng ESddie Marlon, the 
little Italian lVa t tn-r Weight iS S B0f en 

round l.oul shortly. Attoll has licked 
Marino a couple Of times already, but 
lie carefully retrained frmn hurting 
him and spoiling him fro future u-se 

winch is why Marino has consented to 

risk bifl life iii the same ring with the 

wonderful Hebrew boxer. 

Att'eil is inn particular whom tie 
meets m End squared circle here just 
yo long as his opponent^ la not a giant. 

He wroti- to the spiting editor troui 
. lalgary/ this morning declaring his 
uiliingi/ess to battle liet-e with any 
feather pr lightweight during the 
month ol September providing he geta 

Hi,- same terms as he is receiving in 

'('ntg-nrv We SW BOt sas what the 

Caigarj terms were, so it must be a 

small maTt Eer7" 



•«nake good." At the different «»»««*• 
C willow wielder. are PracUcin. 
dally and the traileTM Q* • p ** t 1 * t n "' 
especially at the ^""C^'" % 
creasing right *long. Thf M«* " 
taken as u ha*py augury of the grow- 
ing intenest smeng the «e»».ral PuWlc 
and as a» indlcatl'Ui that the various 
tourney metopes will bo well patron- 

y Oarrissii V» 8«(uimaH 

On Thursday there will be a 'rlendly 
lHix uh at the WorH Point B*"lson 
groundH between the Garrlsop and Bs- 
r.ulmalt Warns. It will commence at 
{ o'clock. The soldiers will be repre- 
serited by the strongest eleven which 
has taken the Held In their behalf this 
season. Esquimau's team follows: R. 
II I'ooley, W. Baiier, T. noma. Wj; 
Neodham, >. Ball. 15. Baignal 1. C. 
Woodley, A. Potts, C. Tuch. 0. '-hal- 
lani, T. Targett, W. E. Klley, J. hum- 
son, -.-, — --■ — ----—-' 
Saturday Gams 
The Victoria and Garrison te^ms will 
meet on Saturday afternoon on, the 
Work POlnt ground*, when the former 
win he represented by the following: 
I, S V V'ork, J. W. D. York, A. Mar- 
tin." J. n. Gillespie, R- -M. Hebden, C. 
Coates .1. 0, Barnacle, V. Hulllher, T. 
T. l.aurey, U. G. Pierce. 




SIXTEAMSW 

SOCCER LEAGUE 



Football Enthusiasts Expected 
.to Call Organization Meet- 
ing at Early Date—Main- 
land Season Next Mofith 
I 



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Special Display 



•OF- 






I 



Dent's & Perrin's 
Gloves 




a Tye. A. 





The Vh'ampion Is so clever mat U«i 
finds it hard work • getting match< • 
with legitimate featherweights, awitcn 
is wh> be is ai»>ut the country digging 
up lightweights " be comes this 

was Rod Stainlcn. U.e lo, lit UgtU - 

w,-igi,i might get a chance to 

h..w good in- la against the cleverest 

boxer In the world today. 



WARDS 1ST RAY 



Yacioiki Laciosse Club De- 



ARE TRAINING EOR 
T 



"cIUerThat Leading- 
Teams Will Have to Replay 
Two Drawn Matches 



-A - -claim for 





Victoria Players Busy Prepar- 
ing for Next Week's Series 
for the Pacific Noitfiwest 
.Championship . 



6. it shall be lawful ' M 

the said corporation to dispose of the 
I | -.i a rate helow- 

authorise the Treasiwej 

of 1 I i I I "11 ■ , • It ' ' : 

t • debentures all • v con- 

paration and engrav- 
I „r litbog-i ephin* of th- ' i ires.. 

or any discount or cbm- 

mb Other charges Incidental to 

.... 

:. ;• .I 

there shall, in the sahl debentures 

orporatlon the right 
span any future eonsoridetb 

< - of th* 

,^,,i. - ■ ben tu res of such consoll- 

,1s,,. a the credit of the 

t . ,,. i .. iiy. such consolidation 
hall contain, the lik< 
, litions and, restrictions n» are 
• tm .- Issued in 
mce "f t'lls hylaw... and in 

,i, i,. i,. ,, ■ mder a idause 

( aililon.-d for mich suhstlttitlon may 
be It 

fiat the purpose of ralalnp annually 
tin- required sum for the payment of 

■ | ■ ■,•■ said debentures dttr- 

D | ■• . . • -. ■ . ■ shall bi 

the sum frf $800. 

I .ting the. sinking r 
; in- payment on* of ■ •■ 
'.nil ■■ there shall I 
«nr the sum of $480. 2F, and I 

I rial , shall., be ' raised an- 
nually Iiv a rate suffice > I th( 
on ' ind and Imp! 

or i , a | • In the 

during the eontlni ' said de- 

i.... Lures or an; f tl em. 

e the final 
pnsKlng tli. i - : 

th* I -v-ald (' 

the manner provided foi In the Munlci- 

,,.-,,. v, - . take effect 

-.. 

I 

: a This, ed as the 

Publ - Cqnvenit I i , ; ' <•■■ 1*10 

Passed ii on the 

16th da I i-'Ht. 

ta EC r. s '' .Ti' n lhal th ■ 

I I in- c, ,,,,.-. of _tho prop- 

srhlcTi I ; 5" vote ,.f a munlclpatitj 

i,.- taken al the N " ,n 

bars 14 (Mi m- 

I I I g > B I ' ■ I '■'■ 

,,;,' Of Will 

I ,■ k#pi open bel out of 9 

. clock a,' m. Bhd 7 o'< lo< i p, Bi 

that Mi W , W I ' ' I ■ -' I ; ' - I ' a ap 



If there be substantial truth U 
saving that coming ev.-nts , 

-lows bel ■ ""i '"• bi»g ( r 
, [',,. (-,, ,. lev tin shadow, there i 
be no doubt that the cricket to 
ment which opens here on tin 
Inst., nexl Monday, and continues to 

,i i of the wt ak, ts B ■'■<■■■ ''. be 

something • V' p mllv natable.. 

The first in lie itl •■ ol T> '^ iS *•»""■ 
number i I ■-■ both trom the out- 

ml from local cluba ' So 
■ - given notic ; their Intention to 
compete for , the Pacific Nortl 

- plonshlp that the mai i« tl ■ n! 
. :I . tbia 11 bjas I ad l 

, ill avail 'lo- 

- -m-'" order that ti eriea 
i ed ofT in the time limit. 1 
there will be two' or three hundred 
visitors in the city for this I ! 

including players, and •non-combat- 
aots ons.rvative estim.it, 

■ ng the local oricket fraternity 
the Victoria club has been selected as. 
this • ■ Inner of the titlt 

f the team thus honored with 
fellow spor' 
doing their best In the way of prepara- 
t themselves into condition to 



the local senior lacrosse 
championship whs made by North Ward 

at a law lj sUeoded meeting at tha Vic- 
, ,, ., dub EiS« evening, at whl,!' i'.-st 
dent D. S. Tatt occupied die chair 
wen ii„i... its President 

Skene Lowe Sweeney and Ha' K 

Coverdale: s 'd.ell. Victoria tt est; 
Blake, Worth We#l The Wkrda petition 

.i 6 after dlscuaaSon 

1,, considering 'the situaUon existing 

between North Ward 8*d CtoVerdaK 

with reaped to the vn bSrla title end the 

,,, eup, it was concluded thai m 

,. these two teams had left the 

,,,,, !,,., ,,-,, ,-M with the matchea 

,, .- u, ,,,ri have I- replaj both 

i garments ■ 4t '"i i..- fl ted to 

.,, an early d.,ie in ordei 

the se, ,-",, may be broughl to a 

earliest possible, raomenl 
ensus of oplnlpn, and there- 
fore .. mi Wen given the secre- 

tory to requeat the chiba to theli 

: ,..- first argumenl iie> i Sal 

afternoon si " " &oyal v ' 
1 1 i Hoverdale wh a In botn these 
thel will have tied wit 

\\ ,, , ,| • , iuld the latter Win, 

ee the championship will be In 
their hands- 

Tonlfht's Otmt 

Leo Sweene> area ippoln*ed to act as 
toi i Ightb) Worth "Ward— Vic- 
toria Weal game el the Royal ■"• I 
park. This if one "f Oie .hmlor series, 
n is anothej replay "f ss drawn scheidul- 
ed match. Should the Wards he BUC- 

. • ||. th*> !•• i-rrii- diets r 'W ' s ' 

while if the SVeets ere rtetoripus. they 

wll| !-• ■'>'! fOJ the 'jr - *' place and an- 
roajtch »ill h<- ih-1'.-m.u;. to decide 

\\esif< win take the f'"ld as fol- 

— - 
kjedrich; paint Corkle; ' cover 
point, l.'htison . 1st .-. ■ - 
2nd defend Tell Ird defence, Williams; 
centre Browi I Stewart, 2nd 

home first I S'.-vens; out- 

side honie f ,-u'!,» inside home, ' Dlns- 
• ireman. Bolton. 






While no definite steps have been 
taken locally towards making prepara- 
tions for the foptball season, there. >a 
every Indication thai it won't bo long he 
fore SOmthing is done. EtSPOrt has i' 
that there will be ut least But aonloi 
teams out for the Victoria district soc 
cer pennant Whether this la authentia 
is n question, although thece la po d it 

thai there will U- fully ttS many. The 
doubt lies in the conservatism " f tha es 

Uiuate. thv general opinion being that 
..Ihuiu should he neverul nmre ell veils IT 
line for the home cliani|.h.uslil|. 

I' i the Mainland they ba\e begun 

already to make act ive., pi epa i a I Ions for 
lh> season l!110-l 1. A senior !■ BgUl 
schedule has been drafted which calls 
for the opening Kami- on llie :inl 01 00X1 
month' ,,r course. I here won't he as 

many competitors here but still the r«n 

Is near, and u behOVI B those « ho 

lead In this sport to lake the inil'-.tive 

in' calling an prgaoiaation meeting • 
early «- s possible. 

The dasgei m Victoria and om 
nhii'Mias treen potntg a otrt bT promteewi 
sportsmen time ,,i i<-r time, is H'-h 01 ,] 
lowing the seasons to overlap This re- 
sults in an unsal lafa< torj ' "'i-- !; 
iiisinitii.il is to huml in the local lacrosse 
league Owing to several postponements 

, Idttion to a number of u aexpei t< 
draws, the title to the cup" is un 

oj this hue il.il, 11 looks ..s thougl 

games ... to run Into 

con! hs. which are K enerully considered 
sacred bo football, elther'-aoccer or rpgb} 

As it isn't an • Og I"' a" 

ti, iow aside tie gutti i '-"■ ■ ■'-■■<• el - 

foot • d! shoe's and niak, 
of the lattW ' ., ; ' .,« I i' IS '" he 

thai a --I i,, 1 1 « in he n,.vi" to ,.• old the 
clash In ordei I ■ land 

have t'h itl '■ of time I 
.! ,;,. for I he i -" inn.- writ ■ ■ '' i |lP - v 
will he called upon to enter before t 
srlntei pat aea Into hist. - 



FOR LAPIES AND (;i%vTLBMKN 

A nov shipnuMit h;is just been opened up and comprises the best, standard 
lines from the above makers. - — > 

W'r guarantee -ur i^.vc, to R?f ff ^ftHfi^tt sat^fe^ i on . ^ I ^ o tfeej^isfet Jhe Y 
will be replaced. 

LAD'IKS' CHAMOIS r,U )\1*.S, SpeTOl 

■iADIKS^TA^ KID.' l'.l'TT-ON G^Qy E S, Special .. 

MKN'S'PAN DODSKIN GJ J >V B S. Sp..eciai.- • ?. ■■ 

.\11-..\ ! S IIOSTOX AND ^' ( )I<K TAX Dl.'»\ ! ; .S, with 
finders, S f u'cial ...... . 



'—&• 



. .......75^ 

$1.00 

$1.00 

short, medium and long 
$1.50 



New Fall Clothing Arriving Daily 

'vrTin.l. I.IK!'. <)DR ri.MTHKS-rlecvd. 




11 ATTKUS AND CLOT 1.1 1 KRS 



Bi&ki GOVIJ^MKXT STUKET- 



Oi>]). Post Office 



Put "N.A.G." Paint on 
Your Roof 



Northern Crown Bank 

. ' -a 



' ■ ■ ■ 



STOPS LEAKS AND 
PREVENTS ROOF FIRES 

— — — — 



Newton & Greer Go. 

1326 Wharf Street. Phone 887 



HEAD OFFICE -" 

Capital (Authorized) , 
Capital (Paid Up) - 



WINNIPEG 

- - $6,000,000 

- - $2,200,000 



A general Banking Business transacted at all 
Branches. j 

.Accounts of Individuals, Firms., Corporations 
and Societies carried on most favorable terms. 

Special care given to SavingsBank Accpuntsr 
^ Branches throughout Canada. 

R. Campbell - - - - - - ^General Manager — . ■ 

J. /P. Roberts - - ,-' -.. -Si.fpt. /of B.C. Brariches__ 
GODFREY BOOTH, Manager - - V-ictoria. Branch 



Fr 



117 and 14K< Brt at in the 

said munlcli 

1 n hi to I- 
p. ,-,-ord th> it 

ngainst tl 1 • -' ■' 

Law. T»»6; Sewer 
Law. 191H; Spring 1 
thnrlty r I 

Bv Law, 1910; ImllaK Ri 

tsolatlotn 1 1< ' 
Bylaw Public Con 

ipy of which by-laws are 
published in the Victoria D 
and copies • whereof are posted up 
City Hall and in each ward and at the 
ng place. 
And take notice that thft bylaws will 
not I or of any effect unless the 

; vot.- polled in favor thereoi be at least 
■ -llfths of this vote poll 
Given* under my hand nt Victoria? 
British Columbia, this 17th day of Au- 
gust. 1910. 

v M. w . r-r. 

■ ■ imtlqg 







most 




cas»s 



satuia 



J, Bi. AiA_Qarsmen Are Train- 
ing for Races Fixed for Sep- 
tember 3rd On Gorge Course 
—Outline of Programme 



pointed I ■" 

■aid V"i 



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< • 1 1 % Clerk*a Offlci 

August I ■'"> I "" 



1 >, 1 1 a 1 . 1 . 1 5 
Voting C M 
Vld oris B. I 



Municipal Notice 

i under ground Telephone rtv-Ln-.y. 
1 Sewer Loan GKKraates By-Law. 
I Sprlnr Uldcp. Lands Authority By 

1 jrvO oon Bchooi Loan By i, 11 " 1*10, 

:, Dallas Road P ' i " 1 ■' |; ' t*«. 

8 iRolnllon Hospital If. Law, I'l'i. 

7 Public Convenience, Loan By-Law, 

1 !• i n. . , 

1 hereby give noti< e that sucb of the 
rkactora •••' the municipality of the city 
of victoria as are entitled ta vote on 
bylaws for raising money Upon the 
.'-iedlf of the rii'inlclpality. Bre jfTueated 
t,, attend «t the polling place known as 



Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-Election, 1910 

: ;-; I . ., - i 

■ i ',.- uuniclpa H "f the 

the 

said Electors in the 

Courl R a al tft Hall, in tbe 

I ,-■',. on v 1 " 

if AugUSt, 1SK1, from \2 (tioon) to 

- oi slecl ing a 

re] ■• I 

, :.,r ; Ward 

the vacs l 

, ., . ,,i \\, 9, m H i.i 
t lumber. 

. ie oi i im nal n ol 
.shall !,■• l 

Tht 

ritln 
! Ity aa 

proposer, and ■ebondi I ,: I 

Raturnlng 0**icei al enj 
- ...... !.,,.!. notice and 

L' p i ' ■ d.i' "I the M.iiilnallou. 

. ,. , ant • a peH behrtg neoae. 

,,.,,; K n be open on Saturday . 

, | -!., at voe.iivi : »io, from t 

K a in to 7 p. rau In the mannei 

ving: 

I-,,, tbe olrfiot ol A li iBRMAN. foi 

\', ard No in thi I ■•>>• i ' 'ourl al tha 

Cii II., :. of Which every person Is 

hereby required to take notice and 

HOVil II J LCI '-rdillRly. 

The person- I to he nominated 

foi and ,.]., led aa KTJDERMAN of the 
Cits ol v Is bPJ .h. ,'diaii be puch persons 
us are mala British subjects 5? itBe full 

agi ' i • . i a .. oi,,- v^urs, and «re ind 
illfl.il under any law. nnd have 

been for tha sis months nexj preceding 

the. day of nomination the regl.stei cl 

owner In the land reglstrj office of land 

- ,1 property In the rltv of Victoria 
of the ars.-ssed value on liie last mil 

nieipai assessment roll of five hundred 

dollars, or more over and above any 

registered judgment or charge, and who 
;1 , ,. others Ls'a duly qualified ns muni 
ripni votera 

(Jiven under mv hand at Victoria. 
British Columbia this lfith day of 
August, '1810 

UM. W N'IRTHoTITT, 

Returning Offti er. 



Sturdy Jannee Bay club oarsmen 
may be seen buzzing; afbout their train- 
ing quarters every night those days. 
They are in a fever of excitement over 
the approaching regatta which 

bean fixed for Septeofcber lwi leav- 
ing them but reasSnahle time to tr 
efi ' ,.lv for th" various competl-' 
tions. 

. Tie- : ,,i l.e held on llu- I lorge 

m will- be several of cx- 

tance and mi. rest. The 

thut between club 

four for the Fhurierfelt cup. This is 

a challenge -trophy over which there la 

rinual arghinenf.' Then there « 111 

be the single sculUng conti <t for the 

..,..,1 ,,r tht 'd ii , i, ii-,, cup, td 

, . -,,' glng'lea, Mi,- 

"' II Whldh H I he 1 1,-inicken 

ii iphj in addition there are to be 

. ! ■■'''. tilting ami 

axing • • tit 'us. ami ot her 

: ts. 

Merrfbera of the man igemenl com- 

niit ti •■ are confident thai i be regal ta 

win pi "'. •■ one "i the moel sac 

: hroi^ghl off under the i dub's ans- 

, there ; ■ t ! -' aa uranc* Of a large 

riniiii.ei ,,' .utiles nnd the i ii I erest 
among >'■:.■ Athletes la keener lhari In 

Crews Chosen 

The iP'« i - btoaexi toi the Flumdrfelt 

cup ■ "mpel itiou are •■< ppended 
*J-. i'. Xewmarsh (a), P. MoCartar 

.:|i \'u Laws, m iCl. Jim MeArthur 

( bow). 

W. Lang (S«, 3. Sweeney (3), Leo 

Sweeney(2), E. Todd (how). 

I- Sweeney (a), F. Willi* C«>, B. 
rini\ hott'.ii) i2), Oscar Sommern (how. 

It. Hisohcha ts)', H. T. Oolden <^i. 
8. Iv lle;ild l 'J. l, 0«0. rhungrnnes 
(bow i 

\V. Kurnell is.. .1. ( '. Houston (3), 
C r.avlls (2), P. Lnwson (howh 

K T. Hughes (S), .1. 1'la.rke LI), 
ti | ,1'lgli 12). Tiny Meldram (how.. 




It's going^ to be the grandest treat 
you ever serv ed. Yo u and your 
family will say, "My! but they are 
delicious"— and we are going to pay 
for it! 

It cost us over $20,000 -for the single 

special equipment for making this 
dainty sweetmeat Won't you try it? 

r '" It's absolutely free! ~ 






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T>ream T-Z (Vnae TieadT) Dlstafeeteail 
Boap Powder dusted in the bath, softens 
**e water and eusini*cta» S9 



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Wednesday, Auguat 17, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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CONDENSE0 ADVERTISING 



HfAL MTATK- (Coat.) 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

COMPANY, I.TIt. 
Coraer Broad Mil View Streets. 

17»or sale— grocerv pT-ORO, BTC.; 

JB building . on triangular lot! • excellent 

location for btial n'i«H. ITU-" 15.500; on 
reasonable lnrm>. . ' ' ' 

EN ACRES. rilRKE MTLHS NORTH 
from city hall. Price J4.M0. 



T 



b,MNK BUILDING SITE ON HAMPSHIRE 
road, one block trora car; $750; terra 4. 





•♦•♦-♦>- 



-«- -e-.e- •♦■ •♦ 

♦ 



IN THE KOOTENAYS 



I WOULDN'T ALLOW 

FIGHT PROCEED 



Dangerous Outbreak at.Salmo 
Results in . One Fatality- 



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// 

NEW STORK, Aug. Hi.— The 

Lang Kauffman fight, t" have 

been held at the Ealrrhoht 

\iiii. ii. Club t • 1 1 1 i K 1 1 1 . was 

. ailed "ff by 1 1 1 < ■ management 

h. r notice bad been ser> ed 

Ei , , . , bj the acting mayor that the 

ignt Vietims of Forest Cq.o-,. „♦....; ..-».. ■» rrw »M« W nr. ha>n n »Bd. 



flagratious 



♦■ ♦ ♦ ♦ 



Although 
ootenavs 



till' !!.".■ Ml; 



C, H. RICHARDSON 



«1S Fort St re 



K ii 1. t'|i«tfllrs 



F 



ERN'Wi ii.)I > ItiiAM 

1600 rash, balam .■ am rent at 



.1 \ ROOM Hi IJ m- 
per 



lyfT : 



.mli. Lilian, t i'-0 month- 



per rent. 



D 



Ot'OLAS UTRKKT Bl MIAUHV, SIX' 
ronm». three-quarters aire, S2-.500; rash 



|?00. balance 6, IS months at T per 



cent. 



I^DWARD STREET. VICTORIA WEST. 
~t tWO storey hxuiaa^ja.000; cash 1900, bal- 

an.ee to suit .,,.,. . . ... 



I.TAIRFIKI.D ESTATE, NEAR CAR LINE 
— Olive street, four lots eaoh 60x120. 
ITflO each; cash J100 at J10 month.' 



A BLOCK OK EIGHT LOTS NEAR DAL- 

** las road, on Moss street, earh- lot It 
tti'35'. Price H.400; average J550 each. 



HINKSON SIDDALL & SON 

F. T. Box 1/T Nsw Orsna Tbtatr* Building 
TeL »«». 



mi'H.lUl'l' m I'tll.H Ml III :■ .'in.'! I I ; 

<^i in the latesi telegrams to l • 
pari ment iv Govi rnment A 

Te'etzel of Nelson nal; ._r.egurd u 
especially iiiri-.i'ti ... ng blazi In 
SalmO it Istric t . "Vei dangi 
SaturQaj .ui.i Sunday at Balmq 
da&gej lug Mini and ten n and ' 
Sheep Creeh valley," writes Mr... 'iVii- 
»8l "Seventy men to assist; forty of 
th em returned! last night reporting 
fire under control; all danger over ami 
loss very little. 1 
one Japanese killed by falling tree." 
The tataUtj recorded lii this 





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be w 611 in band 


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Oaltes.' •Gu'elphj Out; w. c. duller,' Ar- 
oola. _JSgsk.; h. ,8, Hammond and wife, 
,\\ hii.-i . ( mi . n. O, Henderson, fai- 
grava, i »ni , ii. tianii.u, Vancouver; it. 
link.- wiii- and daughter, Ont.! VV, B. 
Srnythe, Stewart;; h ffipsteiii, Vanoou- 
. . it. \ Mr Le&tcn, Por] fv, ry um , 
(in... Thompson, nntari" a. TJu>mpBon, 
\ i,ii)i rat Amherst Ont.; i;. \v ' iian is. 
\i. hi. i Hi.- abransori Mrs 3 Harria, 

Vai i\ er; .1. J. faeddal i. Ww Bl Una 

i» i. i. Mn i C; Richmond, Miss M. i :i< h- 
in. .ii.i. VanooU veri -I. RelcT, New \\ esl 

i.iiii-i.T l-'wink I'm l'i. i. Ki.-hil.u.M.. X 

i' i \ tiarvey, B1 John, x. n,, Mra 

.irx ,\ii ins. ii. Quean*! Mis. E n. 
MaritSji North fakl'ma; Mra Cluy i.an- 
tlon N raklma ' O Rilej Tacom.a; 

w.. ii. Than peon W\ ling, vv v " NV '" 

1 1 i is ■ " ■ i'ii i burg, Pa ; .i . E i Cam 
. ■ ■ .1 and w Ife, i 'ilgai •. , i ' i; si rohn, 

Stewart W. I Kbai i ft] fe si 

1 1 .! Le Hontti ... i ■ , I,, ■ . ..I' 



Companies Winding Up Aot, ia»8. 
NOTICE 

Final meeting; pursuant to Section 39 
to bei hold at thn ofrice of J. <:. klliott 
on the L'Ord day at August at the Jiour 
nf ;i 11. m. to receive report and pass 
account of Liquidator of tiiu stuart 
liobertson Company, Limited, " , 
A. STUAHT ROBERTSON, 

Liquidator 

Dated at Victoria, B. O, this 21st < 1 a > 
of July. 1910, 



NOTICE 



T, 



in the matter 

Nlcholls, Int. 

u. a a . o. 

All |..i»ons h 
t stall- ..I I li«- all. 
hi . i . 1 1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 1 • i . 
dulj irari&ed, ti 



Sstats of -1 

M Inn- a jiolls. 



i h n E 

M Inn 



intr 



H i IIIN ,'lflil IIIRt t ll ' 

. named Joha EB NlcfioUj 
B.'nii particulars thereof, 

the uni1> i alK'''. '1 "ii <ii" I.. 



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I'M- 



disc ussion. The div for s'peh si 

h, i-iKluh in-th,' hist,.,:,-!.;;;; 1 " '* *" u he believed 



oj ■ be forest i ii->> fighting <>J I 
eht season, six livi.a havihg b 
in the obliteration of the mine build- 
ing's of the Lucky Jim, and one younu 
Englishman being su .iiy billed 
ffh.Us.-iax:ting as a fifi il in ih. 
Sandon district. • ■ -' 



LEE AMD FRASER 

Real Estate and liiMirnnce Agents, Trounce 

Avenue. 

flgj^prfkn— WILL rt'Ri'HASE A SIX 
tjp^lt-'v'v/ roomed, moileru house on Clar- 
ence st 



■ itcations tiiat ." ii fi 
come about ayentuaMy/ Theija was a 
-growing spirit oj unity the 

• ngelical chtirchos. Mi'li.idism it^ 
sidl" -. -..in .•.!. -It was a 

one and indivisible chnrch, and tho 
n\ irk predominant in It was tTi&t_yI 
evunK'dism. 

Irish Missions 

The Bpeaker proceedeel to tell of the 
iisimiftit nf miasiohs In Belfast 
Dublin, ami ti' , I results 

-had bi ! through 

thrir in add ition in t li*- home 



(M i)j||| ONL1 FOR TWO GOOD LOTS 
VPJ-^\J\J on Montreal ati 



-J 1(kA-RKS WITH NICE 
J -JLty Saanlch Arm 



'VATERERONT 
near Mill Bay, ' »50 



A"ICE LOT 
o> J1.366; 



terms to suit purchaser. 



pnt ■ 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 



:0i Vatea street. 

ACRES FACING 



80 

IJ.300. 



ON 



Thone 138S. 
MAIN ROAD, 



20 



LOTji AT J250 PER LOT. HIGH. DRY - , 
fine view, good land/ 



SEVENTY ACRES. WITH GOOD COT- 
tage. stable and Chicken house, only 
seven miles from city, good roads, good wat- 

< r. -nice location, cheap $4,-000. 



FARM— 34 ACRES. FINEST OF SOIL, 
cleared, under crop, good house and 
outbuildings, i considerable stock, four miles 
from city. $15,000. good ter ms. ^ , 

TH I R _ TlT©^A^R^Sr^INB SOIL. NEARLY 
all cleared, nice new house, good out- 
lulldlngs. good .orchard, a bargain. at J8.500. 



E.HENDERSON & CO 

f-rlreater Block, Room One. Ill Yates Street 

1 iU\ ACRES OF GOOD LAND IN. CHOICE 
lUu part of Manitoba. . near church and 
school; one mile from town; prjee $20 acre. 
Will 'xchange for city property. 



HtUSE AND TWO LOTS ON QUADRA 
street; fruit treee- and all modern eon- 
\»nl»nces; will sell at a reduced price If 
taken on at once. Price $2,750. 

T^Ot'R LOTS IN NEW DIVISION. CLOSE 
J- In and near high school; at J350 each. 



$4000 



-FOR A FIVE^ ROOMED COT- 

•,hk.--. 'ftloa e in, on Cniihison St. 

-WILL KCV TWO 'LOTS ON 
Kingston street, a good buy. 



U.M.Y—EOR A SEVEN- R0OA1- 
ril bungalow on Mi-nrhs I 
modern In every rispect. _,' - 



s:»^50 



ffir/|n por.axot well bituaTbd 

tT-LtiwU on Harbinger avenue. 



PLUMMER & RIDE0UT 

Ural Estate, Timber ami Inanranre Bsents. 

in: Broad St. Phone ;at:. 



ifryi^/t i. \ rob .p.i li.nixi; 

ej)0')'.' -k streftl; ' terms. 



LOT ON. 



SSIK) 

easy t.'ims. 



-8PLBND11 'KNTIXI. SITE 

.m Bmprera -street; size 50x132; 



•r/Y BtVS A .LOT 60x13.2 IN OKtt BAY 



$650 



municipality; term*.- 



(gKAACASH AND THE BALANC1 
•?')',"/ rent imys a beautiful resld. m ■•■ 
In a select loc*llty. " 



D: MclNTOSH 



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Real PZstate and financial Agent. 

Malum UldR., Government Street. Victoria 

B. C. Telephone 1748. 



ALL MODERN 8- ROOM HOUSE ON 
John street, lot --6-r'- feet -frtrrrttrtit'; only 



t3 u ;>00; terms. 



SBM1 MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE ON 
Third st!" .1. only |3 n». 



rnwo LOTS IN it! KI.KITH, *«7S EACH. 



T 



WO LOTS CLOSE TO COOK STREET. 

M_eaciu *- 



c. arthuSrea 

Real Estate. Insurance, Money to Loan. Etc. 
Phone 1621. Law Chambers Bastion St. 

FARM LANDS— IMPROVED, WILL Ex- 
change good farms In Manitoba for 
city property. Several Victoria homtrs for 
sale at reasonable prices and terms. 



H. WARBURT0N & CO. 

Real Eatat". Commission Agents, Customs 

Brnkers and lnsuran M 

l". IS Government Street Phone 2 4g4 



-HERBERTS L0TT 

Phone L1221 Board of Trade Bids- 



QAI? 



U'lUlON'T £LA< 
* ' dots on Kligh 
each ; caith • . ,' 



BAY. TWO 
/'rice 1509 



ROOMS AM) BOARp IN 
of the cltv ; no charge . 



ALL PARTS 



1ST YOUR HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 

J with us; no charge until we tind you 
tenant. 



..£_ 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

< OMIVNY. 

Real KSfnttl 1 Inunclol nnd Insurance Agents 
I'hone 210* fi!8 intes street. 



VTINB-ROOM HOUSE. FULLY HODERN. 

£S on oni of tht host streets In .lames 
Hay. only one block from thu parltan 
buildings; lot ,60ll)0, With a. good assort- 
ment of fruit trees. all hearing. I 
'.<>. on If'rms. ' 

\\'E HAVE SOME BEAUTIFUL l.t ITS 

'» hist outside of city limits; clou 
mr: high and dry, with a go,,d \\"v.-. Price 
5 1 .", per lot', on very easy tVrma. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

Phone l"f'4 707"^ Y'ates Street 

INVESTIGATE! THAT IS ALL WK A sTf~ 
I ' Ine'acres on Cedar Hill road, ' onlv tl 
miles from. Crty Hall, for only It.inirt. That' 
Is less than $4S0 per acre. Tfie adjoining 
m reage (with rock on i IS'IsojO acre. Thle 
Is one of the \ »•!■>■ best propoalt'iottS "' 
ever kn..wn In Victoria. Investigate and 
be convinced. 






HEWLINGS & CO. 

Its* Broad Street. Phone Ittl 



$2,000 



CORNER LOT, OAK BAY 

trict, 120x100 teat, ($(00 cash I 



TENDERS WANTED 



Ln tlte Supreme Court of r I 'ohim- 

lil.-t. in the Matter nf theKst:, 
.Blanche (Jranclnl. I icciiiso.l. 

Tenders' will i..- received hy tin under- 
Bigned until noon uf the alst da 
August, i'.'ln. for tin' 'purchase of tile 
following •' described property, via., lot 
part of section "t. map -,.'. Vic- 
toria City, 

highest or Rny tctidor not t 
sarliy accepted. • • 

W.M MONTKITHi 
■ , Iclal Admlnl.xt nttor. 

jVdtninist' -rln^ tlo of l; 

mini. 1 1 
■ d tills 17th -day of AitctiHt. li'IA« 

CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT Or 
OAK BAT. 



.i:iy. 



HEAR 



n and afifi r i orrtSj; ail. i i 

1,1 ''' '' " S ppKane/; [ f ore ,,,_ 10Ur aay .. or A.ug'ust, liim. ■, < 

' Bw ■•'■■■ to) XBCnma ; which dati the unaeralsned attornes Coi 

\", i'. n.k. Miss Weldoh Chici • 1" executors of the will of 'said d.aceaaefl 

Knox, Peachlflnd; O V. Hume l; ' U,M pro'tee'd to oTsTrlbutt the asseu of tn« 

. I i ,i I'. . ■ oifl dec-eased iimoiiK th. p. rsou« .mill.. I 

( '"' ■ '■ ! '' "' Edmoi thereto having regard only to the claims 

,; i n "in. Y\ . C Campbell; J lot which they iiien have notice. 

; '.;. ■ IMiii'm | !'.'H'".l this 6th dnj' of AiiKiist. 1910.. 



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CABICBI.tATIOB' Ol" RESERVE. 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

tf (Kstahllshed 1808.) 

Capital and Funds for security of 
policy holders exceeds$26,000,ODO 

The undersigned, has auocaeded to the 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the R& 
servo existing on crown lamls In the L of fhJ3 eom pany formerly held 

vicinity of Babine L«ko. and situate In .. * _ ^.^ , . . 

CuhkIui- District, notice of which be 



itiK date June 80th, 19US, was pub 
lianed in the Uiitish Columbia Qasette, 
Uuu-ii July 2nd, Kins, is can celle d, 

KOBKhT A KKXWIi-K. 
Deputy Commissioner of i.amls. 
Lands Depai utieiu; Victoria. H. C, 
Juno 16th, 1U10. 




hy iiie ; : uiiui Robertson Company, Ltd. 

u ti 1 1 win give prompt attention to all 

communications regarding new business 

..i alterations required on existing poli- 

, ;r I'b a a .ukii.-.-s iii! coraunioatlons 

to J. Q ELLIOTT. . .; 

3j ■'<■■ -ml Aiidil tor Vancouver Island. - 

1 21 1 i;i..Hii ,st . Victoria, B. C. 

P n Box I-". Phone 660. 






LAND E.EGISTB.Y ACT. 



ill. .H : 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 



duplici 

of Sul 



for Q 

Lot !U 

! i.Map 



.I 



V 



.iul'iixIi -from 



• i i 



DELEGATES 

FROM OLD COUNTRY: 



Tolay : 

Voi .hi 1 1 



' i 'Tom PffiTJ^Tweiver) 



• ; iy. Arrow. Lake; I ' .u 

ni-i u Ife, Portland, Ore H G fay, 

H Be iton vN'rupTpeg; .1. \\ I a 

Miss'rs S. .1- I .'.,1 

i '. W'ihh.-riio. I... ml. .,,. ■ .,,i. \ 

. <'• w ftoberl son, i 9- 
!•"■ ' i (Kflllgan, Otter, Poinl ; si,i 
Saunders, Stewart; J. Mr Turabuil, i 
ECeaton, Prince A-iberl : ' ':. 1 1 Cott'ei Bel 
I i 1 1 u 1 1 .' 1 1 u ; . \ . EHard; ' T» rt d ota'yer; W. g. 
Moose,. Margaret '■ I tttaii 

K'ans.; Margai-et wall. Saanlch.; n R 



Clifford, Hartford, Conn,; VV. T, Gushing. 
Edmonton; Mrs M Maate rmai 
Katjiiiiic. Vancouver; rT.. H.- Wrl 

i Bui man afnd wiio. Torontp;- Mrs 

Oranford, Miss iiai.iy. i n. k, 

.' Ison. wife and child, Jeronto; Mrs. 

U Dai W. H. Met 

I. on. Inn. Win Mi -Ili-idP, Klgin, 
At tha Viotoria — . ' 

ll'. Wade. Nor. Y irk M U'lilk-or,. 

ml; \. Kepburh, Spokane; L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Km."-; . Vjtncol 

-■ Miihii'iisii, Si id' •■' children, Nla ..lis; J. M. 

o the mission Holds of China Pierce, Okraboma; Burl Robinson and 
i'.tid India. Tin- .i the church tamily, M. AdamsOn and wife. H. Har-, 

ii the education ol it* ,r •'• Levy, 

Louis; \V. 



Nanaimo; -B, Turner^ St. 

ii""' - Jordan River 

eater ' K <'al- 
ahnti. I;. M. .- . ,|. Hii 

.let-so--. City^H tJarburg, Los Ang< 
n.-ans had done s.. much m the mat- R i-,- llw! ,v !;. Lomas and 

conflary aduc aUo i i i ™nhtr sfTfeT' i gtoSe- 



ministry. Th il OoJlege ed- 

ucation was Kiveti to all who ib 
Bter the ministry. He, be] 

that— no church with ■ such limited 



Methodist church of Ireland., The re 
cognition of .the inilucnce of Method- 
ii-m in the country was forthcoming 
In the attendance at the opening 
sion of this year's conference of the 
i.or.l Lieutenant, the Karl of Aber- 
it and Lady Aberdeen. 
While the outlook . for the. chinch 
i "in- ch ifiiiH-r that out- 
look lay under what might be des- 
cribed as an Impenetrable shadow. 
The tide of emigration was sei 
'from'th* Jhores of Ireland. During 
isi sixty— years the population of 
the country had In -en reduced -one 
half. When the hand of emigration 
came it took the hopeful, and ener- 
youth, and left the homes of the 
country desolate All the churches 
had felt the results of this emigra- 
tion. i;ach year 35,000' people 
til," the irj. C • 

Methodists. Every year of the exl»- \ 
tence <>f the Methodist church in Ire- 
land It was losing a large sized c,dn- 
tlon, yet in spite 'Sf this it wits 
growing. 

Iris! .'lists said the speaker. I 

■were looking towards the hit 
church of-the, fuf ufe Xhey-had noth ~ 
tng t" hr. They wet'o so strong 

in tlie ; validity of their calling that If 
thu were taken to task then- would 
he no question of a larger chnrch. 
Duripg recent years no work ha 
inttuenced theological thought as the 



J. s. liiii'i'nw, M. McPougal, Vancouver." 
!•:. I-:. Hunt and wif. . A . Sask!; B. 

roldblbom, Vancouver; \v. 
Webster. J. Fraser, u. Plelding, New 
Westminster. 

At the Balmoral — 

if. .1 Maber, Calgm-y; w. n. Vance ami 
Wo.i.iiiiun. <»(ii. : R Kiivnii-. ci-airt- 
luook B. ('.-. A Walter Sail Spring Is-' 
bind; S. Bushby, Vancouver, B. C. 



THE nitlTlSH 
i ■' iltlTiHA lb IN. 

IS*I I ;•"■ sr 
Attorr 



COLUMB] A 



RUST 



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Y'letorla. H C 
for Executive, 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



TAKE NOTICE: thai tho partnership 

heretofore subsisting between S, i, \\ii- 

sini nrni J. Kennedy al \ Ictorla] i-t. c, 

■..bi the sub- mi "Ti:,. \ i. -tori a Gar- 

u.-i:- oTssoTv r ed on ib.- 20th day of 

1910, and that the said business 

will in the future be carried on oj - 

i, wiirfon to whom all outstanding ac- 



age 

J uly 



counts are payable and who will be re- 
sponsible for all li.-iiiiiitle a-in con nec- 
tion with the 'said business: 

SYDN.KY L WILSON, 

J. KENM'IMV 





SEALED TKM iEHS, Supt rsorib 

"Tem.b-i' for School ;i ' Mission, B i 

will be received by || "'' Hot:oi:i.ble__a.h£. 

Mlnistei n! I'ubib- Works, up to noon o f j c a t i on ... i. at i.. u 

Mohday, the -"mi Auyust, 1910,; fpr 1 the | <? ' •' i /'' 

erection and completion of S four- 

r.i'.iii.-N timb.-r frumed ;scli.oblhouse at 

Mission. ; .1 'i" .... t , Jln 

.1. P M.'I.K' U i. 

i i 1st rar, Oeni ral 



m ■ 



I.- nrsi i'ui'1:- 

ma a duplli .ii. carl I 
■ :. i.i land Issued to 
John Dayld tders on the »i st. day of 

' '' .- .i I :!•:!'. '!."l J MOM C. 

■Land Registry Offitje, Victoria, B. C, 



- 



Forms of tender may be seen on and- 
ajfter the 1 1 h day of August I MO, af'the 

offices of the Oo .ii . •..out, X. w 
Westmini tei i: G Abhbl i 
tary' to School T msteest IVr iyghin; I 1 1. 
Bowman, Esq., architect, i\2 ('rmvn 
Bulldjng, Vnm oiiver: and- at— et.h" 
partment'of Public Works. Victoria. 
i :-!r— p 



NOTICE 

Re Capt. Edward. Barkloy, A. 
-lo'eased. 



N., De. 



ei-sons IiavTrig" claims againSI the 

estate ■ ' Captain Edward Barkley, K. 
•.eeermtmirteel , N <idecea3Cfl| I: , 

by an accepted bank objfque « c.ertlft- j a| . e , llai . K (|lllv 

at .ie,.. .sit .,,, .-, shattered bank of thereof to Messrs' Crease ■ 

Canada, made ~ 
the Minister of 
eiiuivaleht to 

of the tender, which , ahjtll l tee, feefeh "BaTed the 80th da"y of July, A. D. toio 

If the pai'ty tendering decline to enter, (si K m,|. 
into contract When called ujion to do so,! 
or if ho" fail to complete the work 



hi on a cmytcica oaiiK oi ve ,.. fleil tBer eof to M-- 'Tease A: 

I payable to the Honorable j Cr( . as ,. r ,-, 21 ,.-,„-, ^t.oot. Victoria, U. C, 
of Public Works for a tom ' ol - be f or e the Mist day uf Augif'st. 
10 per cent. lot the amount r . 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



I >1< 



E 




ACT F 




u 



PROVINCE 



— 



Isolated 'Examples of. Infract 
tions — Sergeant Murray 
May L>e Chief -License. In- 
spector . 



Reports of ' 
throughout th 

stihigent provisions of tli" new Liquor 
Act are, already In-ginning i 
Iters Bible. This work was the] the Attorney -Ueneral'e department to- 
joint effort of theologians in the Ki>iR- gethex with .Isolated examples of the 
copal,, Presbyterian and Methodist enforcement of penalties, as presei 
churches, yet its tori. thod- i against those who lmv 

ism at its best The methods of thel«n«ugh to cui ie ' thfe, regulations 

church Were being appropriated b tntng operative on the tlrst of 

either evangelical churches, other ' tiu ' month. ( 

churches were adopting the Instru- I Tli " lU '* x t;asp " ; t!lis ki ' ul was that 
mentaltti m. The pass-" 1 ' the' blind "jmk proprietor at Sheep 

aire he had for the Canadian Method- Creek who uis.ti' being convicted -be- 
ists was that while his church was £re .Magistrate Huilock- Wehstet 
**ML '-r.r ..,,i< a remnant the . >"■ ]"»> ' iS,. W 1 ?!!...\)'' t> ' " t 

■ 1 «n h on this ride was dealing tvlrtlK^.., []' , op 1Wuo ' 



Buildina Lots 



In the Townsitc of 

Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 
Crow's Nest Coal 
Fields— 



traded for. The e beoueti iir certificate s 
of deposit of -unsuccessful tendererjt 



will be returned to th'-rp) upon the exe v 
cution of the contract. 

lers will not be considered unless 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual signature, of the ten- 
defeTT aud enclosed in tlie ^envelopes 
furnished.'. 

The lowest or any tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. 

\ ' V. C. OAMBLB. - 

Public Works E ngin eer. 
Public Works Department. 

Victoria B. C„ 2nd August. 1910. 



NOTICE 



In the matter of tfie estate of Blanche 
Ede, late of the City of Victoria. B. C. 
widow. , . 

All persons having claims' against 
tho above estate »;re requested to aend 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
Ion or before August ill'. }»10, after 
■which date the executor will proceed to 
distiiliute tlie assets ' of the deceased, 
having regard only to the claims of 
which he has notice. 
■Datfcd "this 21st July, 1910. 
Victoria, B. C. 

GKO. A. MORPHY, 

Solicitor for Executor. 



miiiia'ncirTleadquarters of the 
province with the 



Gigantic 
Collieries of the International. 
Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



been servi 



I 
and 



'rvmmticomini: multitude, and 1,." *-" ",''• . ','• ' . . V 

■ i n,„ ,t„ b-'.r.^'TF;'.,-.,' -,:. the set-YjpdeU'ti.e.waa. that the invlg 



on 



ei ubl not do better tha'ri^estow 
-them the Benediction. 

A vote of thanks to the speaker was 
proposed Dtt: -Rose, ,,f 

Toronto, and seconded hy Mr, N. W. 
Bowell, K. C., "i" Toronto, aft*? which 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & 
Co., of Victoria, having been duly 
instructed by the International 
Coal anil Coke Co., Ltd., will sell 
by Pnbltc^Aficrion— 
B. C, on Monday and Tuesday, 
! the LOth 'and 20th September, 



NOTICE 



I-'I'TIEV .BAKNAHIUST11N, " 

Exei 




CANCELLATION Ol? RESERVE. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that tho re- 
-- existing upon the lands embraced 
in special Timber Licences No. JO'Jii'j. 
situated near Sec.helt Inlet. New W 
minster Dis ci lot. IS Can c e l le t l. an d that 
•the said lands will be open for'location, 
under the provisions of the Land Act, 
at midnight on October 11, 1 ill 0. 
ROBERT A. REN WICK. 
Deputy .Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands L'ept., Victoria. July 14,' 1810. 



NOTICE 



In the Estate of Thomas H. Towers, 

late of Victoria;. British Columbia, 

Deceased, Intestate. 

AH persons having claims agains t ' th e 
deceased are requested to .send partic- 
ulars thereof, duly verified lo the un- 
dersigned on or before the 1st day of 
September, 19lQ, rafter which -ditto the 
administratrix wl'll proceed to distribute 
the assets' of the deceased .among the 
persona" entitled thereto having regard 
only to the claims of which she then 
has notice. 

Dated this 29th day of July, 1910. 

OLIVE M. TOWERS, 

651 Beltoh Ave., Victoria West. 

■ ■ Victoria; B. C. 

Administratrix: 



Corporation of the City 
of Vernon 



Victoria,- cttt clerk wanted roa vee- 

hoh, B. 



Navigable Waters Frotectlon Act 

NOTICE, Is hereby given that John 
Raymond' ol_ 'the City of Victoria Brit- 
ish Columbia is applying to His i.\ ; 
lency the OtTvernor General of ' ^ea nada 
in Council for apptoval of the plana, an I 
descriptions of site, of works proposed 
to be constructed by him in Victoria 
Harbor immediately fronting Loi 
Block 41, Victoria B. C. and has de- 
posited the said plans and description's 
Of site With the Minister of Public 
Works' at Ottawa, and a duplicate there- 
of with -the Registrar- General Of Titles* 
in the Land Registry Office, Victoria, 
B. C, and that the matter of the I 
application Will be proceeded wltl. 
the 'expiration, of one month from tho 
time of the rrrst publication of this ng- • 
tice In the "Canada Gasette.'' 

ited this- 36th day. of July. 1910. 
W. II LAXOLE*. 
Ill; Government; S. tr-aat-- 
, Victoria, B. C. 

Solicitor for Applicant.', _ 



O. 



Applications will 



I vo.l 
Oil 11 c 1 1 



P to 
if the i 



orating beverage was not an intoxi- 
cant as understood by the law, hut 

v ai-rateii vi-r ,';„,;,i,i, p,,,- , (;ln , the remainder of the com- 1-»« A f u «"^: ' 9, A tu^otiuon of "«' -lerk i ' 

riuclng no stimulation even -if liubibed I . ,, , *- ,, , ,- •• ' " y " f % pr " " . f ' "' '' . ' , ! riate.l this 29t 

by the most orthodox ■nemfrer W art y I pan y's Real Lstate Holdings n and, Treasurer. Salary Ji-- ixr^.i, 

w.i'.TT-. a, .he burd. .. of ,,,-oof ,.s. h ,/ ritv nf Coleman Alberta Applicants with prev-t*^ 

the .proceedings of the evening session | to the exaci of liquor llc ^ 1T > V-Oitincm, aiucuh, expSHenee preferred 

comprising some Three Hundred 
eligible Business and Residential 
Sites, located in this thriving in- 



"WATER ACT, 1909." 

' T.\1\E NOTICE that I, Frederick N. 
.Norton.' of the city of Vancouver. Bt-Ott— 
lumberman, liitend'fo apply to the Li< 
tenant-Governor In Council on Tuesday, 
the 1 lth . day of October, A. I ■. 1910, at 
the hour of 1 1 o'clock In the forenoon, 
or so seen thi reafter as the application 
can be heard, foe a final "license' under 
Parts XI. and XII, of the "Water Act, 
19(19," to clear and remove obstacles 
from Salmon river nnd Orford bay, an 
arm of* Bute Inlet. British Columbia, 
for the purpose nf making -the" same fit • 
for rafting and drfvltfK logs and ppn- 
ii in cr back and st'orinfe water, and for' 
rr , e >. :t l iiK Im u ni l iig . groi iii d w In. s a i d — Or - 
ford buy. appro'^tmiite maps, plans And 
li:jt"i i<-TThTi:s -oi' which iirnbb l-iK nn are 
filed lh lh.» offices yf the .'.y.;.f Com- 



iiiis.sionei of 'Lands And 'W^'ter fommia- 



lay 

iREIHMtn -K 



July A. D. 
NORTON. . 



came to an end. 



AT THE CITY HOTELS 



Tenders for Sidewalks 
~~ and Sewer 

tk.vp led. endorsed and 

inderslgned. from .whom \ 
• ( specifications., etc.. may he | 
d up. to 'I Wei ve 
noon on Mottd - . th* 22nd , dav of A it 
gust, i »10,, for the const ii.' ■■ 

: — 

■I 
ipsitlre. Road, N. ( Easl side, i 
(South •■■ ■ 

SeWel". — . , 

M ■ 1 1 1 ' om Oal 

■ ■ 

Tenders must , b mpanled by a 

iertitlt t to '■• pn i 

Of I Hit of 

The bind them 

to ac or. Hit'y . tender. 

.. . KOWLER, 

ffinglnee'l 



■ i W-Cr . an-lhnr- I I; '" ' ' •,"' u- , ^ ■ 

j, ,. \.. _, ■ Lr. i . - u all ace. \ 

■' '- — L-^ '■ ' i . • ,r : at' A.'M .1. 11 i 



«1 ..")()() ^."r 



TWO 

line. 



CQRN1 fS ON 



Livery Stables 

MILL WOOD AND STOVE WOOD 
. FOR SALE ' 



epO»llUU Victoria 

| ■. .-11 l|f ,1' . . 



R. DAVF.RNE, 1015 Douglas St. 

Opposite City Hall. 
r. DAVEurn; Tel. 97, 



<; 



X nl:liu« HK.V - 
I" r fiere. 



Is Al'RKH, 1701 



M>' 'i" v ! .- RE1 HO 11 1 1 

• | ... 

■j f*C\ Ai.'BES. SPROAT LAKE, 40 CHAINS 

I ' )' I .• m . i fi .-.in J 7 per • 

Cti i •, I'H'U frvi <; il 
/ on lioufis*. Jobntan and ITatM s i r j ^ t 



• 

Granite and 


Marb ! '.' 


Works 


M 

Copings, etc., ,. i 

con 

and wi rkmanahlp. 


< 

I atpch 

1 


A. STEWART 




Pnr To ten nn 


fl 'Bi 


ard BtS 



At the Empress — . 

Mr .ui.l Mrs. CD. IMcKenstle. Vancoii- 
Mr, and Mrs Roland Conneil, Bell- 
Ingham; 'Mr. and ^!r■- Cooke and family, 
Honolulu: Ernest Smythe, New Vorke; T. 
lla\ nnd wife Tnconis : Mrs. E. WeliinK- 
Imry and daughters. Seattle; Mrs, 
Mrs. Kei'z Mrs .1. F arel 

('oloi ado Mr, riml 

(irlfflth.«d_Mr. Britain: Lord Dunmore; 
.1 J Tlnvmpson J. C, Glllla, W. Ilarkln, 
■ ■ . > : i ! London; .Mis 

W.';H- Wells p. 1 . ' Vn w 

dt; Mr. and 'a fax, 

!", «' Cook, I'. Dentlsle. Porl 
Mr..' V., and Miss Cyr. Montreal: J. w 

II Toil, 

Rogerson; irk; P. W. Evans. Van- 

couver: Mr. and Mrs. J Spencer Rogers, 
VancAii ve'r. II. W 1 . K. • - Kilawk- 

■'!■-» . E I Palmer. |(. I fl Chift- 

mainits; Mr- and .Mrs. Clement, Brii 
,G. Wegenast and wife. Waterloo; W, if 

'is. Shirley Claim 
wi ii. MuIlCvan .Hid wife, San Fi 
Mrs.'Larkin. 

At tho King EtlWard — 

' ' : I ■ 



1 1. T iiblii.-id, saanfeh; T. 

Harris', Mm T \\ — Haffts; .v- 

- Mullet-, Vernon. B c.j Mrs. 

('; W Wnlisarht. Mrs i ;. 

oi'th. 'otiii.'iio: w ■ i; Mrs. 

P- ' Sll I diet t.. 

L. i : u'-i iiiiiii.. Bt'rai fhrU. ' mi.; J >'■ !.•• 



..lib. Wm. B, 

■ ■ . tpoWi : u ' ; 

E. C. 

Seattle, |. .1 !, 



ikT viiiieoiiv.'i . B. is rlashy, Be* 
iriicb. W. Saanlch; <:. n 



M.itb : 
lii 



i; r. r.i. i e'e , 8 i wart; l-\ W. 



At the Dominion— 



I AH 



pMert under the new legislation 

the" |.ui\.ex"r, the defendant was] 
(■nable to p instantiate his plea Willi 
;- e\ n, ti ' 
Anotffer case is reported from (Cam- j 
where n line of $100 was Itupos- j 
ed upon a . ii- 'iio'i ■ hotel proprietor 
upon Kfg con vie t ion - for havl.it; 
Ili|in9t- tn hi into .erso i, Tdi ; 

Ii • It believed Is the ftrsc cor»victii»n 
that . d in .British i !ol 

l.unbia Under-thai particular charge at 

principal cities 
of the prbvlin • 

In the Sheep "'nek c;ise, tlie offen- 
der, was an hoti "t.or' with ' a 
pending apple itinn ,for license .be- 
fore' the, .provincial authorities, Need- 
tliis application will pro- 
i -.10 further.' 
A point ha a with regard to 
enforcement of the law 
against Sunda.\ sales' In cities, which 

a dminister with their 
machinery tin- "gTnoral law. 

Of vlola'tiott- of the Sunday sell- 
"gulatioti ar i to ha\ 

curred in Victoria on the 7th 

ly In ah estuldlshment on Joh:i- 

Tlie' pro ftuthority 

win pot nf --I- ed In the 

ment 
patent, I if- H lib-h event the 
"Q* na-yehe 

upon ;to Intel .• prr 



dnstrial centre. , , ■ ■■' . 

For further and. full particulars, 
plans.' maps, photographs, etc., 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



Appjy statlnt: iiualiflcatlon 
ences, to 

lr G 

Acting ■' 

-V 



,'iinl refer- 



TATK. 



NOTICE. 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, Bi C. 



aynar 



d & 



on 



AI'i'TIOXEERS 



NOTIjCE . 

Re Capt. Edward Barkley, R. H„ De- 
ceased. 
All persons having claims against th,e 
estate of Captain Edward Bulkier. R. 
N. deceased, late of West holme, B, 1 .' . 
are required to send particulars/ duly 
verified thereof to Messrs, Crease & 
Crease. 521 Fort street, -Victoria, B. '-'. 
on or before the 31st day oT~"August, 
191.0. ■• 

DaterLihe sath day of July,- A. D. .191" 
. (Signed) ■■ . 

GEOFFREY BARNARDISTON. 
• ' Executor. 



. 



•by Riven that, the gro- 

n huslness .and premi- 

e; Ma'. " ...o,| I'ostoffioe 

- based by 

of August,, UiiO. 
MARY IRKI'Al.E 
-, liriuglas s't reet.' 



FBEE 



BONDED 



MERCHANDISE OT AI.Ii KINDS 
STORED AND DISTRIBUTED 



1 1 - 1 



1/ 



n's Warehouse 




•Negotiable Warehouse Receipts is- 
sued. Furniture and Household Goods 
carefully lianclled. Stone Building and 
Low Insurance. \ 



. ... ,.,,,, Hi) ,ib;id'-'|iiat. nent 



of the ■ : i:e lartd, 






appoint - 

of B ' 'lib ■!' Ltd 

il ovince will .be nuule wlthlrt. the 
ensuing f oYtnl ght . , The a t >i . 

rep"ii'l has It was. n fieri .1 to . 
Murray of .the .provincial police, as- 
the sr rvice, j hut has ,. been 
hira for private "or' per- 

' • ' 

Fast Mail- Train Dera-ited 

st.' i.i.ris.. 



Aug. 



16. — - The Iron 
whicn left ,lle(-,. 



Instructed we will sell at our Sales- 
room. 1314 Broad street, on 

PRIDAY, 2 P.M. 

A.lniosl .,>"ew__ 

Furniture and 
_ltffects 

HAINES CABINET GRAND PIANO 
In lot next door, Jersey Cow In Calf, I 
r. i'oung' Horses, A and .id; tot! 

ehfegehs, vya g e ms,. f B uggies, Har 
nee good English .Saddle,, 



CANCELLATION OP RESERVE. 

NOT It ife Is- hereby g 1 v'e n that, the r C 
dene existing upon live lands en*""" 
In special Timber Licences Nns ... 
28963 and 2R96-t, .situated In Goldstrea'm ' 
District, Is cancelled, and that the. • 
lands will be Ojfien for r'uncrer! 

the provisions of the Land Act at'trild- j 
night on October H, J910. . j 

■ROBERT A., RKN WICk. 
Deputy ComnMssionef of -Bands. 

Lands Dept. Victoria, July I 1. I9lo, 



Phone 1GC5. 



635 Tat»s St. 




SAMUEL HARRISON & CO 



Stewatt, B. C, and Prince 
Rupert, B. C. 




CANCELLATION OI RESERVE. 



• 



I . "-"-M-fiimta in' -fast mail," 

11, Mrs. , :; de- 

roiled Biles 

south of St. 'L-'ifi!-.. wltiTe golrig al El 

hut no one was killed. 

train car! led no p • rs. 



rlin and 






Dividend Reduced 

Y.iiKK, Aii.i-. 1' 
I'd Stat- 
ic irtrbij 

I I ■ ■ 
..-1x11 Utc piyt. .. 1 




.Mexican Saddle 



M AY NARB & SON 



NOTICI'I is hereby given that the i.e- 
Ber\e existing .in crown- land* in 'the 

vicinity ot Babine Bake, i 

Range fi, COst District, mitice of which 
was published in the Britlslw Columbia 
Aucjj^neersi uaaette, dated DecemnCT— TTth. 



Fiscal Agents for the 

MaifwReeF Mining Co. 

THe propertyoi tHs com- 



pany adjoins thnt of the 
Stewart Mining and Devel- 
opment Co; ~ 



Um 



MmiuvWMimwi 



1 canceljeil in so far as said reserve re- s 
I\ Ai/II^C C f AMf ..fs to lots hiiinbered 1618, 1618, 1517, I 

1 1 rl V I a"* \ \f \llr\l\ < i,- 1607, I6O6. 1601 

IS I a » s s-^ *~ WV1,W , - 1608, 1 



ALTCTIONEERS 

565-AND 828 VATES STREET 

To Rent 



'villi . thai uconservatlve ptil- 

UirSUOd owing to Hie 

present conditions uf bu Ihess, 



■ ten, beds, 

■■ j. blinds from j;.- nm 

* "ids.. Davles & Sons, 

Auili'iiii'irs, i>€5 and 828 Xates StreeC 



1 1531, 15:12. : 
U68*. ip^K, B'>"'. 1641, B" 
1646. 17, 1648, I5 4'9, 1550, 1520, 

1 ,. i ... 
1651. 

ROBERT a RENWICK. 
■ ■ ■ 1.' of Lands 
Lan<ls .Department, * Victoria, B. C. 
June 18t h. 1910. 

Advertise in THE COLONIST 



NOTICE 

Ca!ii|o-i b incl 1 'irriucrs aire 
nbl pi m;i : '" d to Inti'i 
i,,,i) 96, l'''-'iinin''.:iU 
trict, ptherw Lse kno w a ti 
Ri isebank. 

June 13th, ioto. 






mmmm 



IW ll Whtni li ^t T— y 



' iD 



20 



A 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



W«dn«»cl«y, August 17, 1910 



Viait Our Tea Rooms, Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Best Refreshment 
You Can Have. / 




— — ■— W M— I ' J I HJ/ 



z~~ 



LIMITED. 



All of Our Chocolates Are 
Made on the Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 




I Millinery 
Attention 

A glance into .our .Government Street windows or our Millinejy^partment, second . floQjr^jgi|how 



you the latest touches in artistic creatio nsJnFall 



ery im ported by us direct from Pa ris^jtjvjll 



VUU 111C ICILVOI IUUL11V/J in t^.j. ci^ *.*v^ w*w~-~- : -- ( _. ~ — * . , _ — _ 

sh^yo^ho^^ieF^^ This seasgnjhe_2r&jprnj: 

mtlng"^ in black and white in the M oorish turban^andljindoo 

turban effect. Prices range from $5.75 upwards . 





Children's Cribs, $6 90 

Protect the little one from harm hy 



purchasing one of these Cribs. By 
doing so you may save baby front-: 
injury by falling out of bed. These 
are white enamelled, \vitL.Jbx.as_s_- 
rails and trimmings.' Priced at, 
each • "6.00 




Carload of Iron Beds Just Received and Marked for Quick Selling at $2.90, $8.75, $ 1 0.90, $ 1 4.90 

Yesterday we received a carload of Enamelled Iron Reds. These include many style* and designs. For today vve have ^^f^g 
tremely low figures, ranging from $2.90 to *.. • ....;. •, • • • • • * * 

; . : ■_ ' ' 

Sale of Children's Rat tan an d J a p a n e s e M atting 



New Tapestry Carpet^uare s at $11.50 

Tapestry Carpet Squares. ■ These come in a fine range o.Ldesigns, con- 
ventional and floral. Being extra good quality, are adapted for hard , 
wear and will make- good floor covering for any room in the *Q«S£ 
Size 3 x i x /i. See Government Street window, today . ... .$11. oU 



Grass Chairs 



■\Yc are placing on sale today a large number of 
Children's Rattan and Grass Chairs. These are 
very substantially made and not only will please 
the 'little folks, but ar,e extremely useful. To- 
day ■•« i * . . .'. «o£ 



Squares, $1.65 

If you were only" aware of what 
these .Matting Square's looked like 
you would Ipse no time in being 
here Today to purchase one. They 
always look well and wear like 
iron. .Special Today ... .$1.65 



Swiss and Applique Door Pan- 

els at $1.75 



■ 



Nothing looks more attractive .than one of ihese 
beautiful Swiss applique Door Panels. Give that 
—appearance tixilie j IM£& ^ csirt '' 

, whose pride it i< to always have theTHicmYe^ool^ 
ing cosey. Today, special .. $1.75 



Boys' $3.50 and $3.75 NorfolR Suits 
_ Priced for TodayV Selling at $2.00 

PREPARE FOR SCHOOL TIME; IT'S NOT VERY FAR AWAY 

The Spencer Store makes it worth your while to buy I '.«•>*' School 

Suits now by offering a very fine assortment of Norfolk Suits, 

which usually sell for $3.50 to $3-75 *° r $ 2 °°. In $is group you 

^ will fi n d- them m "different ^tylesr-some^with pla^n panis.. others-m 



Will linn incwi iii "">v"...i ■"/'" -> '■ -« ,.---- r — - - - 

Knickerbocker effect. These are really excellent- vakie; foday 
at .' . . . * • • r '•"■ ^-'•^' , 



Axminster Carpets by the Yard v 95c 

A splendid range_jaL Axminster Carpets is included in. this August 
Sale. These are exceptionally fine quality. Considering the lovv 
' price they shall sell quickly. A large number of attractive designs 
are represent ed in this lot at, per y ard ,.,... .. ...?»>< 



Borders to match. 



Linoleum s in M any Tile Ef- 
fects at, per yd ., 35c 



Linoleum in tile effect always looks clean, and 

-II wear well. , -A-splendid assortment goes 

on sale today at a very special price indeed. 

Better come in and see if a few yards won't suit 

"your purpose. Per square yard 35^ 

The New Costumes 
Will Appeal to the 
Most Exacting Wo- 
man of Today 

This season's -Costumes are by far the 
smartest app< garments that have 

beep our good fortune to show. New 
shades and new materia ' '.'"' '*■■"•'■ '■ ■' 
to ;i greal extent, while th'i coats are all 
<.f medium length, i : you will notice 
mati y imi' rval i' >ns in then? c< »nsi ruct ton, 
tailoring" and finish. In fact, there >eerns 



Dainty New Gloves Just the Kind for the Reception 

< )ur 8hbwing^&f4akity Gloves is by far the largest in the West. Not only 
can we give yea^h^ycrykte s t styles, but from this s plendid assortment you 

will he ahle'to match any garment you may wish to wear. _ 

Trefousse Glace Kid, nice ,soft French kid, 



We specialize Trefousse, Perrins and Dents 
all makes with a reputation 

Perrins'. French Glace Kid Gloves, with two 
dome fasteners, colors, white, beaver, mode 
tan, slate, green, navy blue, amethyst and 
black. Per pair ........... ; . - . .,$1.00 

Dent's Tan Cape Gloves, with' o'ne and two 
clasps, a -good uscftil quality. Pair $1.00 

Dent's Dogskin Gloves, with one and two 
clasps, in .tan. grey, whin- and black, tans 
with self -and red 'stitching. Pair $1.25 

Chamois Gloves, II .h, in na- 

tural shades only, Per pai# ... .$1.50 



i Glace 

two clasps^ln all the, newest shades. Per 

pair -• ■ • -$1«50 

i2-Button Length Glace Kid Gloves in 

white and black. Per pair $3.00 

io-Button Length Glace Kid Gloves, in 

white, cream, mode and black. Pair $3.50 
20-Button Length Glace Kid, in white, pink 

and sky . . ., *. . . . • • • $3.75 

Chamois, Gloves, two clasps, in white and 

natural .....$1.00 

" All Our Gloves Are Guaranteed 



Dinner Sets to Sell, Today, at Barg ain Prices 



Odd. Dinner Sets, slightly matched, English 
earthenware, decorated in light green 
-oral border, loo . fri« ■• T-day Spe- 
cial . ..$8.75 

Odd Dinner Sets, good mat ehing, Austrian- 
china, small rose decoration, too pi< 
Today, Special $11.75 

Odd Dinner Sets,. 1.00 pieces, green floi - 
u. English earthenware. 



day, Special 



.$7.75 



Knglish ■ Earthen ware Dinner Sets, beautiful 
finish, decoration in4i^hi green, pink and 
yellow; <>7 pie< es. , •* 

hiv, Special ........ $10.00 

English Earthenware Dinner Set, 07 pieces, 
'u.v/.arinr blue hand dec orat ion, traced 
with goWj very popular design. - , 
T eciaP H . ..$18.00 

English Earthenware Dinner Set, ©^pieces* 
horder pattern. 
Tori ... : , 1 ial ...: ' ....$12.75 



Evening Dress for the Men FolK 



Th e New F all Styles in Blouses Are Beginning to 

Arrive 

We are showing just a few of the new Fall Blouses. ' These are trimmed .with braid 
and buttons, covered with , elf. They are made of fine taffeta silk in a number of 
extra smart styles. Priced at ............ *p • ^ 

Today's Bar&ai ns in Comforters and Staples 

30 Pair English Pure Wool; slightly 
. . soiled, regular, $9.50. While they 

last ... :■■.....,.., '..$6.50 

Grey Wool Blankets, $3.25 to..,. $0.50 

Red Wool Blankets, ^5.75 to $10.00 

Another Shipment of Down Comforters, 
orte side satin and' silk,, with., fringe 

eil^e .... $0.75 

•Applique Pillow Shams and Runners, reg- 
ular 75c Today .. — • . . 50£ 

' Soiled Bed Spread at great reduction. 
Our remaining stock of Dress' Linen, in 
all sha.le^, ■■regular-. 05c. and 75c To 
clean up ....,-.... .V. .... 25^ 

ipring Mat tresses, $1.7 5 

jring Mattresses, rnade on, hard wood 

frames-,- braced at the back to prevent 

. - any sagging, best" quality woven wire, 

in full size -only. ............ .$1.75 

of designs and col 



We will offer special Bargains in Blankets 
and Comforters. 

See Broad Street Windows 
10x4 Flannelette Blankets, in grey and 

White ,,;.;■...,.: ....;. $!.OU 

11x4 Flannelette Blankets, in grcv and 

white •' $l.<$t» 

12x4 Flannelette Blankets, in grey and 

white 1 • ., ...... $liG5- 

25 Extra Special Value— Th -light- 

ly sniled.- Usually sold at $4.50. and 
$5.00. . Going Today, per pair, $3.35 
i Era Fine Wool Blankets, -regndar. 
$3,00. Today . . . . . • . -' $3.75^ 

Nottin gham La ce Cur-; 
. tainiar $1.35 

Nottingham Lace Curtains; 3'^ yards 

rrg, very strong ■mrsh, and are double 

thread. Various designs in white only, 

suitable for bedroom. ,- 

. 'Special today - ..$1*35 

Printed Sateens, per yard, 15c. Big v; 
toO*e 1 "\'er-. curtains, etc. Special t> 



I1() ijniii to the skill of 1 1 1 <• artisj - who 
are responsible for the smarl change in 
u ., 1]nrn \. v. earing from on to season. 
Prices starl at $25.00 



Tonl-ii! promises Wbe a gala event at th< reception «>f Sir W'ilfn.l Lain- 
lyfpsl as suredl3 should v-.u com^mpfttte taking pari injthe Ban^^t, ttillMress 
\y\}\ be the order ol the day. — "'""- ■•:' ; , .' . "-- ~r— _ „■■ 

]:,,,- ii H . ekss of wearing apparel, you vyill im-l thai \w cab meet every de- 
e or wish, niu.i. aot&bfa In the Glove S ection and Furnishings: 

Gentlemen's Full Evening Dress Shirts, special imported Biaki •■-•.00 and ■■■■■ $1.75 

Gentlemen's Evening Dress Kid Gloves, a new arrival OJ Dent's maki mc\ 

value, per pair $1.00, 75c and •„ ■ 

Gentlemen's Dress Bows, in white lawn, en made Ol 

fr-dfia 20c to ...:.. •■•.•••■•■•■.'; , : j n,\y \ 

Gentlemen's Full Dress Regulation Collars, all jtzes, special g' **/*? 




Feminine Finery for Evening 

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vent arc looking 1" 1 "' something <b • RiiTj 

icquisite evening wear, you will find thi 
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